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Eamon de Valera, "President of the Irish 'Republic'," resumed his old occupation, school teaching.

Before the Sinn Fein Rebellion of 1916, Mr. de Valera had taught Mathematics, Latin, French at various Roman Catholic colleges in Dublin. Since that time, he has suffered various terms of imprisonment, including a life sentence. But such is fate that he is now free, the leader of the second largest party in the Free State—the Republican—and a national figure whose constitutional theories do not fit in with those of the majority of his countrymen or with the sentiments...

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