Copy-letter from Jack Carney, editor of 'The Truth', to Thomas Foran denouncing Éamon de Valera's remarks about James Larkin,
1920 September 15.
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|Main Creator:||Carney, Jack|
Carney claims that de Valera "made a statement that Larkin was an English-man and that during the Dublin strike that he attempted to have Irish children sent to England, for the purpose of undermining their religious faith [...] These insidious attacks of De Valera must cease or else I shall feel duty bound to resent them publically".
Comprises two copies of the letter.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).