New York: Office of the Comptroller, 1985. 31p., photoreproduced report in plastic comb binding; light handling wear. Laid in is an eight-page packet, "The necessity to accept the Macbride Principles."
Discusses investments in Northern Ireland by New York's city pension systems, noting problems of anti-Catholic discrimination and citing an AFL-CIO report that suggested that outside pressure should be applied to encourage reforms by companies in Northern Ireland. Rather than calling for disinvestment from Northern Irish companies, seeks to use economic pressure to make those companies accept the Macbride Principles for fair treatment of minorities.