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From contemporary Mexico to Weimar Germany, Kevin Squires takes a look at some of Verso Books’ recent graphic novels.

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Edited by Nick Buxton and Ben Hayes (Pluto Press). Reviewed by Daniel Deering

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Deaglán de Breadún (Merrion Press). Reviewed by Patrick Murphy.

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Against the Wind: Diary of a Dissident Dubliner, J.A. O’brien, Sid Hara Publishers

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The avant-garde of the Bolsheviks was showcased in an exhibition of the work of El Lissitzky in Dublin this summer, Jane Burke reports.

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Colin Coulter and Angela Nagle (eds.), 2015, Manchester University Press, £18.99

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Belfast comedian Gemma Hutton talks to Dolan about speaking out for equality in a conservative society.

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Crammed in between the red brick houses of the Phibsboro area of Dublin’s northside, Dalymount has been praised as embodying the working class values of football by, among others, Scottish writer and avid Bohs fan, Irvine Welsh.

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Leo Panitch & Sam Gindin, Verso, 2013. The Making of Global Capitalism lays out a thesis of the structure of modern capitalism and its institutional structures, not only recounting what happened, but explaining how and why these institutions were created. In particular, they argue that the United States is the

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