Letter from Patrick McCartan to Joseph McGarrity giving him a detailed account of the political situation in Ireland, which is "clear as mud", and giving his opinion on some of the political players, including Éamon De Valera and Constance Markievicz,
1925 September 18.
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|Main Creator:||McCartan, Patrick, 1878-1963|
Discusses the Oath as an obstacle to go into Dáil, how personalities influence the different groups, the rebranding of nationalism, mentions nationalist organisations in the United States of America and freemasons. Also mentions Mrs Honor Walsh, Archbishop Daniel Mannix, Archbishop O'Donnell of Armagh, Sean T. O'Kelly, John Joseph O'Kelly (Sceilg), Father O'Flanagan, Austin Stack, Mary MacSwiney, Maude Gonne, Kathleen Clarke, Senator Jane Wyse Power, Dr Kathleen Florence Lynn, Miss L. Kearns, Joe McGrath and others.
Letter addressed from "10 Fitzwilliam Sq / Dublin".
Physical description: 1 item (5 pages).