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Eamon de Valera: The man who was Ireland

by Coogan, Tim Pat

Condition: Very Good


Barnes & Noble. 1999. Paperback. Very Good. Softcover; light fading, light shelf wear to exterior; otherwise in very go od condition with clean text, firm binding. Product Description: A detailed portrait of the fifty-year head of the Irish government likens his rule to Mussolini's and examines his early life, relations with America and the Ca tholic Church, and surviving influence on contemporary Ireland. .


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