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Mark Hoskins reviews 2008 Austrian heist thriller, Revanche, showing this month at Dublin’s IFI. The title conjures up images of a high octane thriller where Mel Gibson frantically tracks down the ruthless gang who murdered his family. Revanche however, written by acclaimed Austrian playwright Götz Spielman, tends more towards Greek

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Historian Brian Hanley writes on the history of the Irish Republican Congress. Nearly eighty years ago, left-wing republicans founded an organisation, which although short-lived, would leave a lasting effect on Irish socialism.

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Kurt Jacobsen writes on the memory of his friend and comrade, Internationalist-Socialist, Bill Leahy (1933 – 2009).

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Sean Garland remembers his life-long comrade Tomás Mac Giolla, “despite the passing of time it will be many a long day before we forget Tomás MacGiolla and his unique and lasting contribution to our Party and society”.

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Veteran socialist Seán Garland, 76, faces extradition to the United States on the basis of untested allegations compiled by the US intelligence services during the government of George W. Bush.

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