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SINS OF THE FATHER SOLD OUT

Well it’s official. I HAVE SOLD OUT.
All copies are gone. The publisher is thinking of a reprint, maybe with additional material.

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Ireland in the World Order - A History of Uneven Development will be launched by Andy Storey in the Teachers’ Club on Thursday (20 Sept)at 7pm.

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I sat down at my desk today and drew up a rough plan for a book on money, credit and banking in Ireland.
It’s doubtful if the finished thing will relate to this at all, but for me the drawing of a map of themes and ideas is just a way of marking the start […]

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HELP!

[UPDATE: I’ve received access details for an online academic library. Just to say thanks both for the details and for the numerous emails and messages I received with regard to this request. It is much appreciated. Cheers.]
I’ve started into the background reading and research into my next book, which will be an exploration of money, […]

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BOOK LAUNCH
The Provisional IRA - From Insurrection to Parliament:
by Tommy Mc Kearney
Published by: Pluto Press London
Wednesday 10th August
5-30 - 6-30pm
Connolly Books
43 East Essex St,
Temple Bar,
Dublin 2:
All welcome

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Tuesday 19 July, 5:30 p.m.
Book launch
The Making of an Irish Communist Leader
Launch of The Making of an Irish Communist Leader: Michael O’Riordan, 1938-1947
by Michael Quinn
Connolly Books (43 East Essex Street)
Baile Átha Cliath
Máirt 19 Iúil, 5:30 i.n.
Seoladh leabhair
The Making of an Irish Communist Leader
Seoladh The Making of an Irish Communist Leader: Michael O’Riordan, […]

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Thanks to Barra and Ciarán for asking me in and giving me the opportunity to talk about the book.

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All are welcome!

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The issue is available as a pdf here (June 2011 issue). The review is on page 23.

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As readers may no doubt already be aware Conor’s book Sins of the Father: Tracing the Decisions that Shaped the Irish Economy is available from the publisher The History Press, Ireland and various online book retail outfits. It’s due in bookshops tomorrow.
This is a significant event, certainly within the history of this blog, and […]

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