National Affairs: Irish

Frederic W. Wile, who, as a correspondent, is almost omniscient as to the histories and political detail of Washington, is not the man to miss a point. He recalled that Edward L. Doheny, famed for oil, was the chief backer of the campaign in this country for Irish freedom, prior to the setting up of the Irish Free State. Mr. Doheny was President of the American Association; for Recognition of the Irish Republic, and as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention of 1920 in San Francisco he made a fight to hammer an...

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