A Just Society for Ireland? 1964-1987 by C. Meehan

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By C. Meehan

Drawing on interviews with key avid gamers and formerly unused archival resources, this publication deals a desirable account of a severe interval in effective Gael's historical past while the social gathering was once challenged to outline its position in Irish politics.

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