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Winning the Vote for Women: The 'Irish Citizen' newspaper and the suffrage movement in Ireland

Winning the Vote for Women: The 'Irish Citizen' newspaper and the suffrage movement in Ireland
Our Price: €19.95
ISBN/EAN9781846827013
Stock: 4
Publisher: Four Courts Press Ltd
Pub. Date: March 30 2018
Author: RYAN, LOUISE
Format: Paperback
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