Arthur Griffith

GOLDHAWK STRUGGLES to keep track of the obscurity a figure must sink to before they are deemed to be “forgotten.” History is never too far from intruding on contemporary Irish politics and the public are often shown to be better versed in the past than their intellectual leaders anticipate. Nonetheless, at the tail end of... Read more »

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