Sinn Féin faded into oblivion from 1926 onward and until recently was sidelined by historians and politicians. Nevertheless it maintained a structure and a presence within Irish political life, one which was closely linked to that of other organisations, most notably the IRA and the Second Dáil. The introduction therefore puts forward the rationale for this study, and explains the manner in which the research, in great part based on primary sources, was carried out.
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