Letter from W. J. Gallagher, Cork, to [Murtagh] Lyng regarding his delay in writing a paper on the 'Irish Industrial Revival', and the difficulties facing the Cork Branch of the Irish Socialist Republican Party,
1901 August 14.
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|Main Creator:||Gallagher, William J., 1879-|
Gallagher suggests papers from Cornelius Lehane, Patrick J. Tobin and William D. Horgan to replace the publication of his unfinished one. Gallagher describes some difficulties that face the Cork Branch such as "the trade union 'leaders' avowedly against" them and the small number of party members.
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