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Moments In Irish Presidential History: Archive

I was delighted by the amount of hits and response that my series on Irish Presidential moments of note got. I wrote them to talk about Presidential power, failures, successes and history. I wrote them to inform, educate and entertain. … Continue reading

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Moments In Irish Presidential History: Sean T. O’Kelly And The Pope

Sean T. O’Kelly was the first person elected by popular vote to the office, in 1945. He was a Fianna Fail hardliner, noted for his anti-Treaty sentiments during the Civil War, his loyalty to De Valera, and, as I will … Continue reading

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