LookLeft 25 is in Eason’s stores and hundreds of selected newsagents across the country now. Still only €2.00, the highlights of this issue include:
Home Sweet Home – Does the occupation of Apollo House mark a new stage in the housing struggle? Eilis Ryan reports.
Battle for the Heart of Dublin – The battle over the future of the O’Devaney Gardens estate.
Homes for People, Not Profits – Solidarity Housing, a new policy mixed-income public housing provision outlined by Gavin Mendel-Gleason.
People of No Property Rise Up – The story of the Dublin Housing Action Committee of the late 1960s.
Rise of the Nasty Nerds – Angela Nagle on the rise of the internet based extreme right movement – from 4chan and Tumblr to Trump and the Alt-Right.
Unquiet Graves – How the Catholic Church profited from decades of abuse.
Thoughts on Fidel – Seán Garland and Brendan Ryan on the life and legacy of Fidel Castro.
Classroom Division – Justin O’Hagan examines the failure to successfully tackle class division in the education system in Northern Ireland.
The Pink Tide Recedes – Gar Fitzpatrick discusses with Barry Cannon, whether the so-called ‘Pink Tide’ in Latin America is receding and what that means for the Left globally.
Debate: Basic Income – Should the Left support a Universal Basic Income?
Sport Against Racism Ireland – Richard O’Hara talks to SARI co-founder Ken McCue.
And much more….