Maurice Moynihan and the Irish State, 1902-1999: Attendant Lord
Dr Maurice Moynihan (1902-1999) was arguably the most powerful, and elusive civil servant in the first four decades of the independent Irish State, not least during de Valera's long political dominance between 1932 and 1959. This is the first comprehensive analysis of Moynihan's influence as the principal advisor to three Irish prime ministers.
- Cambridge Scholars Publishing
- 132 pages
- United Kingdom
- Civil service & public sector