by Jason Riley
They arrived dirt poor and uneducated in the 1840s. After decades of struggle, they achieved prosperity.
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Organizers of St. Patrick's Day parade say it's about celebrating "Irish heritage and culture." Here's the problem.
SOURCE: The Economist
Arthur Guinness, the founder of the brewing dynasty, was a staunch unionist and opponent of Irish nationalism.
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St. Patrick wasn't even Irish.
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