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Irish pickets at White House

Updated Feb 11, 2024
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Irish pickets at White House
A photo of picketers at the White House in 1920. "Americans: Can we stand by while England butchers Irishmen at our very door?" "Uncle Sam: Can you watch John Bull murder the poor old woman?"
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