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Recognizing that any attempt to reinvigorate Northern Ireland’s declining industrial economy in the early 1960s would also need to address the province’s percolating political and social tensions, the newly elected prime minister of Northern Ireland, Terence O’Neill, not only reached out to the nationalist community but also, in early 1965, exchanged visits with Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Seán Lemass—a radical step, given that the republic’s constitution included an assertion of sovereignty over the whole island. Nevertheless, O’Neill’s efforts were seen as inadequate by nationalists and as too conciliatory by loyalists, including the Rev. Ian Paisley, who became one of the most vehement and influential representatives of unionist reaction.

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Today, stripes are all over the place when it comes to clothing, though possibly most concentrated within menswear styles. Pinstripe suits, button-down shirts, and ties for businessmen often have the pattern incorporated in them. While this could be a connection back to its classic meaning, I have a somewhat controversial idea that the stripes are no accident. After the fairly recent reveal of corruption involving Wall Street bankers and the like, stripes may actually be the perfect uniform for some in the business sector. History has circled back to a time of counterculture and raging against “the machine.” Many people see the same stripes which gave our country liberation, as now being used to exclude and limit those living in this country.“In the stripe there is something that resists enclosure within systems.— MICHEL PASTOUREAU, THE DEVIL’S CLOTHFeature Image: Everlane’s Box Cut Tee

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