Ireland and the British Empire, 1937

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Ireland and the British Empire, 1937

By Henry Harrison
Hale, 1937
354 pp. $10.00

A plea for Anglo-Irish collaboration by one whose participation in the Irish Nationalist movement dates back to Parnell. The causes of the present conflict between the two nations -- historical, constitutional, economic -- are discussed. Mr. Harrison believes that these differences should be settled in view of the menace of another European war.

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