Copy correspondence between Sir Nevil Macready and Thomas Foran, General President,, Irish Transport and General Workers' Union
|Main Creator:||Foran, Thomas, 1883-1951|
MacReady asks Foran's help to "get a grip of the condition in this country"; Foran replies: William O'Brien, "kidnapped on March 3rd by your predecessor, and deported", "is the person best qualified to give the most authentic information respecting the Labour movement in Ireland." " ... it is useless attempting to get a "grip on the conditions in this country" until you let go your grip on the citizens of this country"
Physical description: 3 items
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|MS 33,718/I(265)||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|