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The ire of the Irish

Ireland is bracing for huge anti-American demonstrations as Bush arrives for the US-EU summit. Has the long Irish-American friendship finally soured?

By Kevin Cullen
Globe Staff / June 20, 2004

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TWENTY YEARS AGO, when Ronald Reagan visited his ancestral village in County Tipperary, most Irish people – uncharacteristically – bit their tongues. (Full Article: 1313 Words)

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