In honor of International Worker’s Day, we’ve taken a break from Central Asia to discuss how Jim Larkin, James Connolly, and the ITGWU fought for worker rights in Ireland in 1913.

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The Labour Hercules: the Irish Citizen Army and Irish Republicanism 1913-1923 by Jeffrey Leddin

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