This 32 -page paperback showcases the people of Dublin protesting Reagan’s presidency in 1984. It features unique images, such as groups of people wearing realistic Reagan masks and street signs lit on fire. The streets were covered with protesters holding signs critiquing Reagan and calling for Americans to take action. Children joined their parents in protest, creating striking images of children in the midst of chaos.
Comiskey captures the raw emotions of these protesters in black and white photography. These images hint at the desperation and anger these protesters felt in 1984, providing stunning images with incredible political and historical significance.