The Republican Ideal: Current Perspectives
Blackstaff Press, 1998 - Fiction - 182 pages
A collection of essays reflecting on the meaning and significance of the republican ideal 200 years after the United Irishmen Rising of 1798. Contributors include David Cooke, Eamon Hanna, Avila Kilmurray, Monica McWilliams, Mitchel McLaughlin, Martin Mansergh and Des O'Hagan.
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