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W. J. McCormack

clearly demonstrate the vulnerability of an agriculturist, regionalist or visionary politics to peremptory appropriation by emerging fascism. Yet ‘From Democracy to Authority’, Yeats’s Irish Times statement of 16 February 1924, parading the names of Paul Claudel and Benito Mussolini for approval, cannot be explained away in terms of external appropriation

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