Irish Republican Socialist Movement

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The Irish Republican Socialist Movement is an umbrella term for the political-paramilitary grouping of the Irish Republican Socialist Party, a socialist Republican group formed in 1974 following a split in Official Sinn Fein. The Irish National Liberation Army, a paramilitary wing of the IRSM. Prisoners who belong to either the IRSP or the INLA. the Irish Republican Socialist Committees of North America, the representation of the IRSM in North America, and finally the Republican Socialist Youth Movement The adolescent wing of the IRSM. The IRSM main support comes from all across Ireland and the rest of the world, however there key strongholds are west Belfast, Derry, South Armagh, Dublin and other urban areas throughout Ireland

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