Letter from Maurice Moore regarding the controversial National Convention of Irish National Volunteers in 1917,
1917 July 30.
|Main Creator:||Moore, Maurice George, 1854-1939|
Moore stands by his decision to call a National Convention after repeated postponement by the National Committee, and maintains that it would be illegal and unconstitutional to not hold the convention. He provides a brief history of the dispute regarding the convention, and suggests the organisation of the Volunteers is "disastrous" and that "a popular organisation can not continue to exist on the autocratic lines adopted by the Nat. Committee".
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