MICHAEL CLIFFORD: Striking back to an uncomfortable past

The protest against South Africa’s apartheid regime was one of the most compelling stories of 1985. Workers were arrested during the strike outside Dunnes on Henry St, Dublin, says Michael Clifford.

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