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a youth subculture that appeared first in England in the late 1960s as a working-class reaction to the hippies

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The Bootboys have their own exclusive Web site, which includes samples of their music which can be downloaded and played.
According to the Anti-Defamation League, the Bootboys have moved around a lot on the Internet because Web page providers are increasingly refusing to house or cooperate with hate groups.
The Bootboys are a white power musical group that consists of four members spouting anti-Semitic, supremacist rhetoric," explained Jordan Kessler of the ADL's New York office.
While the Bootboys don't offer any original treatises reflecting their own thinking, they do offer a political section where one can read some of the writing that presumably has inspired their songs.
Blackrock bootboys Dermot Laide and Sean Mackey both served time in A Division for their own safety.
GAVIN Hastings has tipped a bunch of bootboys to decide the destiny of the World Cup.
BLACKROCK bootboys Dermot Laide and Sean Mackey are to serve time alongside rapists and gangsters at a top security prison, the Irish Mirror can reveal.
BLACKROCK bootboys Dermot Laide and Sean Mackey have new jobs in jail as caterers to twisted child sex perverts.
He added: "Minimum sentences will ensure thugs and bootboys no longer believe they are immune from the law.
His bootboys on the board were John Traynor, 53, Eugene "Dutchy" Holland, 60, Brian Meehan, 35, Paul Ward, 35, Peter Mitchell, 31, and Charlie Bowden, 36.
And the reaction from the Hoops' fans was even more hostile than the one he received at the hands of the African army bootboys.
But he has looked inward instead of at social problems for his latest release, How I Learned To Love The Bootboys.
Bootboys is, according to Haines, the most autobiographical work he's ever done.
And let's not forget that it's the ordinary people of Ireland who elect our number one citizen - not the liberal bootboys of Dublin 4.