The historic prospect of Irish unification is now greater than it has been in decades. But it won’t succeed unless campaigners offer a clear and compelling picture of what a united Ireland will look like.
Dawn Foster is a Jacobin staff writer, a columnist for the Guardian, and the author of Lean Out.
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