The Making of Fianna Fail Power in Ireland, 1923-1948

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INDEX
Aer Lingus156
Agricultural Credit Corporation52, 94
agricultural labourers 95
agriculture 40, 50, 53, 93-8, 151-5
Aiken, F.47
and currency policy 112, 173, 253
as IRA chief-of-staff 67
as Minister for Coordination of Defensive Measures 227
as Minister for Defence 145, 185
as Minister for Finance 255-7
and the private sector 105
Allen, K.266
American Association for Recognition of the Irish Republic80
An Phoblacht68, 70-1, 83-4, 138, 142, 184
An Ríoghacht 207
Andrews, C. S. (Todd) 80, 130
and business links with Fianna Fáil 220
and republican ideology 42, 46-8
and state enterprise 105
Anglo-Irish Agreement ( 1938) 145, 170-2
Anglo-Irish Treaty ( 1921) 32, 203
anti-semitism 161
Aontacht Éireann 9
Army Comrades Association, see Blueshirts
Attlee, C.302
Banking Commission:
( 1927) 51, 111
( 1934) 174-6
banks 111-13, 173-7, 252-7
Banta, M.121
Barry, T.282
Barton, R.128, 130
Belton, P.226
Beveridge, W.245-6
Beveridge Report231, 243, 275
Bew, P.4, 27, 235, 275-6, 321
black market 220
Blowick, J.286
Blueshirts183, 189-97
and anti-communism 190
and Economic War 195-6
and Fine Gael191-2
and Labour Party198-9
O'Duffy assumes leadership of 190
support base 191
Blythe, E.57, 111
Boland, G.71, 78-9
as Minister for Justice 282
Boland, K.8, 23, 45-6, 72, 74-5, 146-7, 185
on business backing for Fianna Fáil 211
Boundary Commission69-70, 73
Bowman, J.8, 71, 206
Breen, D.43-4
Brennan, A.295
Brennan, J.173-4, 254, 256
Brennan, P.J.71
Briscoe, R.79, 100
Brown, T.40
Browne, N.261
and Clann na Poblachta296-303
Buckley, D.204
business groups 272-9
and taxation protests 59, 101-2
Byrne ( Archbishop) 207
cabinet divisions 169, 227-52
Cabinet Committee on Economic Planning227, 229-38, 246, 275
Cabinet Committee on Emergency Problems227
Carry, R. K.5-6, 12, 17-18, 75
Catholic Action Groups 190
Catholic Church 2, 21
and excommunication of republicans 37, 43, 142
and Fianna Fáil129
and moral teachings 44-5
and 'Red Scare' 141-2
and small farmers 114
and social policy 257-8

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Contents xiii
  • Abbreviations xiv
  • Note on Sources xv
  • I - Fianna Fáil and Irish Political Studies 1
  • Conclusion 24
  • 2 - The Birth of Fianna Fáil 1923-1926 30
  • 3 - The Road to Power 1926-1932 74
  • 4 - Fianna Fáil in Power 1932-1938 145
  • Conclusion 210
  • 5 - 'Our Radicalism Implemented' 1938-1948 214
  • Conclusion 303
  • Conclusion 310
  • Select Bibliography 323
  • Index 333
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