After The Divorce Referendum - By Gene Kerrigan The politicians stood aside, the priests gave the nod, and the silent majority spoke.
The Betrayal Of The Innocents - By Fintan 0 Toole New evidence, exclusive to Magill, reveals that the incidence of child sexual abuse in Ireland may mean that one in four girls is molested before the age of eighteen. While the wall of silence stays up, the children suffer.
The Bomb And The Ballot - In an interview with Derek Dunne, the IRA reveals its strategy for renewed bombing in England and declares its support for an end to Sinn Fein's abstentionist policy.
Between Paradise And Hell - Fintan O'Toole on the contradictions, and the weirdness, of New York.
Reading Poems Against The Wind, By Colm Toibin - Paul Durcan is the only poet who would be invited to read at the opening of Knock Airport. With his latest volume he is also winning a strong international reputation.
The Best Team Always Wins - John Giles, one of the most respected names in football, on the winners and losers of Mexico '86.
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