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John O'Leary: A Study in Irish Separatism

John O'Leary: A Study in Irish Separatism

Marcus Bourke

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To understand fully the historical basis of the modern Irish State, it is essential to have a clear picture of the development of the Irish separatist creed, which despite the successes of the rival constitutional movement proved the decisive factor in the settlement with Britain in 1922.

Irish separatism found no nobler or more persistent advocates than in the ranks of the Fenian organisation, the irish Republican Brotherhood; and Fenianism had no abler spokesman than John O'Leary. This biography tells of his public career which spanned over sixty years, from the Young Ireland Rising of 1848 to the establishment of Sinn Fein in 1907.

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Author Marcus Bourke
Publisher Geography Publications
Publication date 18 Oct 2009
Format Hardback
ISBN/EAN 9780906602447

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