Partial copy typescript of suggestions and corrections given by William O'Brien to Dorothy Macardle on her publication 'The Irish Republic' ,
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
Corrections and suggestions start from page 45. Corrections include ""The Irish Socialist Republican Party had no immediate programme." Nonsense. See pages 149-150 Ryan's "Irish Labour Movement.", and "Most of them were in Richmond Barracks. I do not think a single one of the leaders was in Kilmainham until after their conviction. I was in same room with MacDonagh, Ceannt, McBride, O'Hanrahan. MacDermott was in another room and not in a cell.".
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