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By Gabriel Doherty,Dermot Keogh

The years of effect of de Valera are relevant to this interpretation of post-independence eire. De Valera has been made to shoulder own accountability for lots of of the defects in Irish society in that interval. The essays during this publication search to reassess and think again that cost. participants: Owen Dudley Edwards, Se‡n Farragher, Dermot Keogh, Tom Garvin, Ged Martin, Caitriona transparent, Brian P. Kennedy, John McGahern, Brian Walker, Gear—id î Crualaoich, Gear—id î Tuathaigh and Garret FitzGerald.

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