CONNOLLY, James. Socialism and Nationalism. Labour and Easter Week 1916. The Workers’ Republic. Three volumes.


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Dublin: At the Sign of the Three Candles, 1948/1951. Beige buckram, titled in red, green and blue on spines. Previous owners signatures on front endpapers, including the historian, T.W. Moody. A very good set in dust jackets (one repaired).
“James Connolly is Ireland's first Socialist martyr … Of all the leaders in the Insurrection of Easter Monday, 1916, he was most in the tradition of Wolfe Tone … One does not need to accept the pointof-view of the insurgent leaders in order to realise the value of Connolly's work as a Socialist historian and propagandist. Syndicalist, incendiary, agitator - call him what you will: it still remains true that his was the most vital democratic mind in the Ireland of his day” - Robert Lynd.

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