Newspaper cuttings concerning a "National Minority Movement" in Irish labour,
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|Main Creator:||Cooney, Edward 1867-1960|
Comprises correspondence from Eamon Cooney, leader of the National Union of Vintners and Grocers' Assistants, declaring the need for a new labour organisaition in Ireland due to failures within the current movement; and a reply from "Observer" stating that Cooney and his Union bear some responsibility for those failures. Also includes a printed letter from John O'Neill, per pro the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union, asking a manager at the Freeman's Journal offices to intercede with an employee who is in arrears with the Union.
Comprises cuttings from the 'Evening Herald' dated 1st October, 2nd October and 5th October 1923; and from the Freeman's Journal, dated 3rd October 1923.
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