GH:    Tell us about your background. JL:    I was born in Tralee, County Kerry, in 1942. I spent my first nine years in the tranquil environment of Castlegregory, a village […]

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When I was scarcely eighteen years of age, Into the army I did engage, I left my house with full intent To join the forty-second [sic] regiment; To Fulwood barracks […]

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Of the challenges they faced they found prison reform to be among the greatest. There was the popular view that people in jail were there because they were wicked and, […]

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(3:1) Reviewed by Tony Canavan In the wake of the revisionist/anti-revisionist debate in Irish history, one approaches any book with a title like The Cause of Ireland with a certain […]

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Reviewed by Michael Farrell ‘You had opponents willing to co-operate… We were willing to help…[but] you went on the old political lines, fostering hatreds, keeping one third of the population […]

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