A Provisional Dictator: James Stephens and the Fenian Movement
A Provisional Dictator is a political biography of James Stephens, the founder of the Irish Republican Brotherhood. Marta Ramon traces Stephens' political and revolutionary career from his involvement in Young Ireland's insurrection in 1848 until his death in Dublin on March 29, 1901.
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