British reaction to the Draft Constitution
in Drafting the Irish Free State Constitution
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This chapter examines the negotiations with the British government on the draft which was brought to London. It considers the approaches of both sides as well as their differing interpretations and the manner in which agreement was eventually reached. The impact of these discussions on the final constitution is explored.


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