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Rickard Deasy of NFA Addresses Protest Crowd

Rickard Deasy, President of the National Farmers Association, addresses a section of the huge crowd that took part in the protest marches that were a feature of the Farmers Rights Campaign. Deasy and his supporters had walked the 217 miles from Bantry in west Cork to Dublin and staged a sit-down at the Department of Agriculture to draw attention to the economic plight of Irish farmers. .19.10.1966

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Rickard Deasy, President of the National Farmers Association, addresses a section of the huge crowd that took part in the protest marches that were a feature of the Farmers Rights Campaign. Deasy and his supporters had walked the 217 miles from Bantry in west Cork to Dublin and staged a sit-down at the Department of Agriculture to draw attention to the economic plight of Irish farmers. .19.10.1966