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British racism also extended to Africans, Indians, Egyptians and other conquered peoples. 3. From adorable Aran booties for a precious newborn, to cozy soft mittens hand knitted in the west of Ireland. Divorce was legalised, homosexuality decriminalised, and abortion in limited cases was allowed by the Irish Supreme Court in the X Case legal judgement. Admirably explicit about his methodology, de Nie questions how closely newspapers can be tied into the history of party politics.

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Publisher: Overlook Books; 2nd edition (November 1, 1997)

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