Discourses of visibility and self-determination in the Irish Free State

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Tim Ellis-Dale discusses the significance of visibility in the political culture of the Irish Free State between 1922-39. He argues that visibility played a deeply significant role in the political culture of the Irish Free State, at a time when visual culture played an increasingly important role in political life internationally.

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