From the drawing rooms of the bourgeoisie, where the wealthy clung to Victorian notions of class and privilege, to the miseries of the tenements, where poor families crowded into single rooms, Dublin in the early 1900s was as combustible as bone-dry tinder. Then labour organiser and modern Irish hero Jim Larkin arrived to light the match!
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