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De Valera and the Ulster Question 1917-1973 (Oxford Paperbacks)

by John Bowman

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An excellent work by Bowman as part of his thesis on de Valera. Very readable and thoroughly researched book. Together with Fisk's book from the same time, In time of War, the book is a rigorous analysis of early Irish foreign and northern policy. ( )
  thegeneral | Sep 7, 2006 |
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First published in 1982, this book constitutes a radical reintepretation of the lifelong preoccupation of Eamon de Valera, the great founding father of the independent Irish Republic, with the partition of Ireland. Bowman examines De Valera's own policy and his political legacy on a question that still lies at the heart of modern Irish politics and Anglo-Irish relations.

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