Stern, Fritz; Despard, Lucy Edwards
October 1977
Foreign Affairs;Oct77, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p238
This article presents an overview of the book "Nationalism and Socialism in Twentieth-Century Ireland," by E. Rumpf and A. C. Hepburn.


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