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Response to Review of New Beginnings: Constitutionalism & Democracy in Modern Ireland

In his close reading of my book Michael Kerr sees in the organisation of the chapters a central theme, ‘revolution incomplete’. These focussed on five discrete constitutional moments that were largely responses to the inadequacy of what had gone before. Sinn Féin’s 1919 constitution,  intended to symbolise the birth of an Irish Republic, involved aContinue reading “Response to Review of New Beginnings: Constitutionalism & Democracy in Modern Ireland”