EIRE: With American Money!

Efforts of the Irish nation to tame itself and settle down climaxed at Dublin last week with tense drama in the Dail. Everyone remembers how after World War I the untamed, scraggly-haired, wild-eyed figure of Eamon de Valera barnstormed among Irish groups all over the U. S., spouting treason to George V, proclaiming himself "President of the Irish Republic" and passing the hat for its "Irish Republican Army," whose stalwarts the British Government treated as "common criminals, murderers and cutthroats." Today, tame and respected Eamon de Valera is a shrewd conciliator of Great Britain and a pillar of the...

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