WEFOUNDWhat Sinn Fein Stands for: The Irish Republican Movement; Its History, Aims and Ideals, Examined as to Their Significance to the World (Classic Reprint)


I had a look at their website and I would like to discuss a few areas of relevance to our previous discussion which was on the economy.

“1 Sinn Féin is a 32-County party striving for an end to partition on the island of Ireland and the establishment of a democratic socialist republic. ”

“90 years after partition, as communities divided by the border become increasingly reintegrated, there is a growing pull towards reunification.  As old allegiances change and people from loyalist backgrounds consider voting for a republican party because it best represents their social and economic interests, the potential for dialogue with those from the unionist community about their place in a united Ireland becomes possible.”

North Tipperary appears to be leading the way with representation of young female candidates for the local elections. The current case in point is twenty-year old Arts student Aideen Rosney, as she gears up to canvas as Sinn Féin candidate in the Borrisokane electoral sphere. In spite of her youth Aideen has embraced the world of pro-active politics with open arms an

The current case in point is twenty-year old Arts student Aideen Rosney, as she gears up to canvas as Sinn Féin candidate in the Borrisokane electoral sphere.

In spite of her youth Aideen has embraced the world of pro-active politics with open arms and a determination to inject fresh input into the local political scene through the medium of an ever expansive and adaptive Sinn Féin movement. Now on the brink of completing her third year as a BA undergraduate studying Law, Politics and Sociology at NUI Galway, the Borrisokane girl comes across as an educated, dedicated and highly focused acolyte of the political system.

I had a look at their website and I would like to discuss a few areas of relevance to our previous discussion which was on the economy.

“1 Sinn Féin is a 32-County party striving for an end to partition on the island of Ireland and the establishment of a democratic socialist republic. ”

“90 years after partition, as communities divided by the border become increasingly reintegrated, there is a growing pull towards reunification.  As old allegiances change and people from loyalist backgrounds consider voting for a republican party because it best represents their social and economic interests, the potential for dialogue with those from the unionist community about their place in a united Ireland becomes possible.”

North Tipperary appears to be leading the way with representation of young female candidates for the local elections. The current case in point is twenty-year old Arts student Aideen Rosney, as she gears up to canvas as Sinn Féin candidate in the Borrisokane electoral sphere. In spite of her youth Aideen has embraced the world of pro-active politics with open arms an

The current case in point is twenty-year old Arts student Aideen Rosney, as she gears up to canvas as Sinn Féin candidate in the Borrisokane electoral sphere.

In spite of her youth Aideen has embraced the world of pro-active politics with open arms and a determination to inject fresh input into the local political scene through the medium of an ever expansive and adaptive Sinn Féin movement. Now on the brink of completing her third year as a BA undergraduate studying Law, Politics and Sociology at NUI Galway, the Borrisokane girl comes across as an educated, dedicated and highly focused acolyte of the political system.

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What Sinn Féin stands for. This page is intended to give an overview of Sinn Féin policy in key areas. All of these topics are covered extensively in policy ...

1905–1922. Sinn Féin was founded on 28 November 1905, when, at the first annual Convention of the National Council, Arthur Griffith outlined the Sinn Féin policy ...

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I had a look at their website and I would like to discuss a few areas of relevance to our previous discussion which was on the economy.

“1 Sinn Féin is a 32-County party striving for an end to partition on the island of Ireland and the establishment of a democratic socialist republic. ”

“90 years after partition, as communities divided by the border become increasingly reintegrated, there is a growing pull towards reunification.  As old allegiances change and people from loyalist backgrounds consider voting for a republican party because it best represents their social and economic interests, the potential for dialogue with those from the unionist community about their place in a united Ireland becomes possible.”

North Tipperary appears to be leading the way with representation of young female candidates for the local elections. The current case in point is twenty-year old Arts student Aideen Rosney, as she gears up to canvas as Sinn Féin candidate in the Borrisokane electoral sphere. In spite of her youth Aideen has embraced the world of pro-active politics with open arms an

The current case in point is twenty-year old Arts student Aideen Rosney, as she gears up to canvas as Sinn Féin candidate in the Borrisokane electoral sphere.

In spite of her youth Aideen has embraced the world of pro-active politics with open arms and a determination to inject fresh input into the local political scene through the medium of an ever expansive and adaptive Sinn Féin movement. Now on the brink of completing her third year as a BA undergraduate studying Law, Politics and Sociology at NUI Galway, the Borrisokane girl comes across as an educated, dedicated and highly focused acolyte of the political system.

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I had a look at their website and I would like to discuss a few areas of relevance to our previous discussion which was on the economy.

“1 Sinn Féin is a 32-County party striving for an end to partition on the island of Ireland and the establishment of a democratic socialist republic. ”

“90 years after partition, as communities divided by the border become increasingly reintegrated, there is a growing pull towards reunification.  As old allegiances change and people from loyalist backgrounds consider voting for a republican party because it best represents their social and economic interests, the potential for dialogue with those from the unionist community about their place in a united Ireland becomes possible.”


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