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Judging W. T. Cosgrave

W. T. Cosgrave’s legacy has been somewhat neglected by scholars. This biography by a leading Irish historian uses sources not previously consulted to examine Cosgrave’s career as local politician, rebel, minister, head of government, and opposition leader. In particular it assesses his role as a state-builder and a key figure in the Irish democratic tradition.

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