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  1. Rape and Justice in Ireland
    €30.00
    A pioneering study sponsored by the Rape Crisis Network Ireland on why convictions for rape are so low in Ireland Learn More
  2. The Battle for the White House ... and the Soul of America
    €15.95
    The fascinating story behind Barack Obama's dramatic victory in the 2008 US presidential election. Learn More
  3. The Challenge for Government: Priorities for the Next Five Years

    Regular Price: €19.95

    Special Price €14.95

    Essays from the 2007 MacGill Summer School on the priorities for government. Learn More
  4. Jim Kemmy: Stonemason, Trade Unionist, Politician, Historian
    €17.95
    This book explores the life of Limerick native son Jim Kemmy, who was an icon of the labour movement in Ireland. Learn More
  5. Alleluia America: An Irish Journalist in Bush Country

    Regular Price: €14.95

    Special Price €10.00

    “Carole Colemans Irish eye roams over a cultural landscape that includes Pope Michael of Kansas and the Petroleum Club of Midland, Texas, and explains what makes George W. Bush tick and why red America hates blue America.” Learn More
  6. Seamus Brennan: A Life in Government

    Regular Price: €22.95

    Special Price €19.95

    "... an excellent appraisal of the public life of a gifted politician and charming man” - Bertie Ahern, from the Foreword Learn More
  7. A Place for Peace: Glencree Centre for Reconciliation, 1974-2004

    Regular Price: €16.95

    Special Price €10.00

    A tribute to the work of the Glencree Centre for reconciliation from politicians, ex-paramilitaries, victims of "the troubles" and others who have been through its programmes Learn More
  8. War, Suffering and the Search for Human Rights by Peadar King
    €19.95
    From Iraq to Brazil, Libya to the Western Sahara, Syria to South Sudan and beyond, war destroys the lives of millions of people. In this hard-hitting book, Peadar King describes the root causes of ongoing conflicts in thirteen countries and argues convincingly that these wars are not inevitable, they don’t just happen: they are the result of colonial misrule, corporate greed, corruption, the military-industrial complex and big country power struggles. Learn More

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