Draft article entitled "Ireland Today" by [Patrick McCartan?] with newspaper clipping attached,
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|Main Creator:||McCartan, Patrick, 1878-1963|
Argues that the Irish question "is not a political question it is an economic question". Draws on historical examples and quotations to illustrate his point that England has been restraining Ireland's commerce since at least the 15h century, the unfair taxation system imposed on Ireland and how she has been "systematically oppressed".
The address of "R. Barry" was inscribed at the back of one of the pages, probably by McCartan. The date and the initials "n.g.B." were inscribed in biro on the first page. The address of "Mrs Annie Traynor Rogers" was inscribed at the back of the last page, probably by McGarrity.
Physical description: 1 item (16 pages).