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De Valera's Irelands

De Valera's Irelands

by Dermot Keogh, Gabriel Doherty
     
 

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The years of influence of de Valera are central to this interpretation of post-independence Ireland. De Valera has been made to shoulder personal responsibility for many of the defects in Irish society in that period. The essays in this book seek to re-examine and re-evaluate that charge. Contributors: Owen Dudley Edwards, Se‡n Farragher, Dermot Keogh,

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The years of influence of de Valera are central to this interpretation of post-independence Ireland. De Valera has been made to shoulder personal responsibility for many of the defects in Irish society in that period. The essays in this book seek to re-examine and re-evaluate that charge. Contributors: Owen Dudley Edwards, Se‡n Farragher, Dermot Keogh, Tom Garvin, Ged Martin, Caitriona Clear, Brian P. Kennedy, John McGahern, Brian Walker, Gear—id î Crualaoich, Gear—id î Tuathaigh and Garret FitzGerald.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781856358958
Publisher:
Mercier Press, Limited, The
Publication date:
12/23/2003
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
238
File size:
802 KB

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The years of influence of de Valera are central to this interpretation of post-independence Ireland. De Valera has been made to shoulder personal responsibility for many of the defects in Irish society in that period. The essays in this book seek to re-examine and re-evaluate that charge. Contributors: Owen Dudley Edwards, Se‡n Farragher, Dermot Keogh, Tom Garvin, Ged Martin, Caitriona Clear, Brian P. Kennedy, John McGahern, Brian Walker, Gear—id î Crualaoich, Gear—id î Tuathaigh and Garret FitzGerald.

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Professor Dermot Keogh is the Head of the Department of History in UCC. He has published widely on various aspects of twentieth century Irish history, including Michael Collins and the Making of the Irish State and recently 1916 – The Long Revolution and The Making of the Irish Constitution. Gabriel Doherty teaches in the Department of History, University College Cork. He received his BA in Modern History from Oxford University, having studied at Magdalen College between 1986 and 1989.

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