Published in Issue 5 (September/October 2020), Letters, Volume 28

Over the course of the editorial process, a small error found its way into Fearghal Mac Bhloscaidh’s Platform piece, ‘Revisionists? They haven’t gone away, you know’ (HI 28.4, July/Aug. 2020). While David FitzPatrick’s The two Irelands was one of three books featured in Alvin Jackson’s IHS review article, ‘Twentieth-century foxes? Historians and late modern Ireland’ (Nov. 2000), the other two books subjected to textual analysis for bias in the author’s original academic article—Roy Foster’s Modern Ireland and Paul Bew’s The politics of enmity—were not the other two. Apologies for the confusion. The on-line version of the article has been amended accordingly.


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