The Constitution Committee and the beginning of the drafting process
in Drafting the Irish Free State Constitution
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This chapter is concerned with the work of the committee; it explains the role played by each member as well as the nature of the meetings. The freedom of the committee is considered in relation to the instructions given them by Collins and Griffith. The preliminary structure of the constitution and the early discussions are examined.


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