Vying for Victory: The 1923 General Election in the Irish Free State
After 11 arduous months, on 24 May 1923, the guns fell silent, and the Irish Civil War finally came to an end. Twelve weeks later, all adults aged 21 or over - regardless of social status or gender - cast their vote in the State's first general election. The 1923 General Election marks the true beginning of modern Irish democracy.
- University College Dublin Press
- 300 pages