Letter from Alfred O'Rahilly to P. J. O'Brien regarding the split in the Labour Party, how the statement written on it in a newspaper was essentially taken up with information on the row between the ITGWU and [James] Larkin, and also asking questions on the information that was provided about the Labour Party,
1944 Feb. 14.
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|Main Creator:||O'Rahilly, Alfred, 1884-1969|
O'Rahilly feels he has not gotten to the core of the split and believes "British Unions and Belfast influence have something to do with it.".
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