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  1. The Postcolonial Unconscious
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  3. Patrick T. McAlister (Author of The Road to Lazarus)

  1. FreePascal (And Lazarus) From Square One.
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To give you the best possible experience this site uses cookies. Using this site means you agree to our use of cookies. View cookies policy. Zoom Zoom. Availability In Stock. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Share. Description In From Lucifer to Lazarus: A Life on the Left, Mick O'Reilly shares his experiences as a politician and trade unionist and his unwavering thoughts and insights on controversial, complex issues. O'Reilly discovered socialism and militant trade unionism in the early s when he joined the National Union of Vehicle Builders.

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He took part in strikes against the European Economic Community and negotiated for protection for car workers. This book explores the power struggles and negotiations that O'Reilly has faced throughout his career, without generalities or truisms.

After a party dispute in , O'Reilly was employed by the Transport and General Workers' Union, and in negotiated a huge equal pay claim. Later, O'Reilly's Labour Left group sparked reform within the Labour Party, establishing that its leader must be elected by its members.

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O'Reilly was even suspended from the Party for a time before the charges against him were proven to be untrue, and he was reinstated in Despite navigating a career filled with adversity, O'Reilly remains decent, honest and humble. Description In From Lucifer to Lazarus: A Life on the Left, Mick O'Reilly shares his experiences as a politician and trade unionist and his unwavering thoughts and insights on controversial, complex issues.

O'Reilly discovered socialism and militant trade unionism in the early s when he joined the National Union of Vehicle Builders. He took part in strikes against the European Economic Community and negotiated for protection for car workers. This book explores the power struggles and negotiations that O'Reilly has faced throughout his career, without generalities or truisms.


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  • After a party dispute in , O'Reilly was employed by the Transport and General Workers' Union, and in negotiated a huge equal pay claim. Later, O'Reilly's Labour Left group sparked reform within the Labour Party, establishing that its leader must be elected by its members.

    Patrick T. McAlister (Author of The Road to Lazarus)

    O'Reilly was even suspended from the Party for a time before the charges against him were proven to be untrue, and he was reinstated in Despite navigating a career filled with adversity, O'Reilly remains decent, honest and humble. The authenticity of From Lucifer to Lazarus: A Life on the Left emphasises these often overlooked values, setting itself apart as a unique, intimate read.

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    The foreword is written by Gene Kerrigan of The Independent. Photograph Section. He left primary school early, following an altercation with a Christian Brother. O'Reilly first joined the Communist Party in Britain, where he lived for two years before joining the Irish Party in He joined the Labour Party in