James Connolly: "a full life"
James Connolly was one of the leaders of the 1916 Rising in Ireland. This biography deals with Connollys activities as soldier, agitator, propagandist, orator, socialist organizer, pamphleteer, trade union leader and insurgent, tracing the evolution of his thinking as social democrat, republican, revolutionist, syndicalist, revolutionary socialist, and insurrectionist.
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