The ‘Irish Press’ was the second-highest-selling daily newspaper on the island of Ireland at the beginning of the era that became known as the Troubles. With an average daily sale of nearly 103,000 copies during the second half of 1968, it had almost double the circulation of the Irish Times and the Belfast News Letter and it was outsold only by the perennially best-selling Irish Independent.
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"The Irish Press Coverage of the Troubles in the North from 1968 to 1995,"
Irish Communication Review:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://arrow.tudublin.ie/icr/vol12/iss1/2