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"Trade and constructions unions were founded by immigrants who couldn't get any other jobs -- they weren't welcome in other trades… Immigration has always been an issue we have cared about, since we were founded in 1904, and it still is."
From the first Irish Catholic president to beloved people and images in US history the Irish have made quite an impression.
America’s most famous Irish American President was a dashing young war hero who won two medals for bravery.
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We asked: What’s the best thing about being Irish? You answered beautifully.
Do you approve? A new Seamless advert has parodied the photo of workmen dangling above New York City in 1932.
"Irish Americans are at least 5 percent of the population in most counties across the U.S."
“There’s a scrappiness to the Irish that I can very much relate to.”
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