The Neutrality of Ireland

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The Neutrality of Ireland

By Henry Harrison
Hale, 1942
191 pp. $10.00

Mr. Harrison would like Ireland to be a partner in the British Commonwealth, but he finds four good reasons for her present neutrality, of which the principal one is the secession of Ulster.

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