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Patrick Doyle

could become ‘the most effective patrons of Irish music, Irish drama and Irish talent that [the public] have ever enjoyed’. 30 Any commitment to co-operative principles among leading Sinn Féin individuals is likely to have varied in its levels of enthusiasm. Nevertheless, an appropriation of the language of co-operation emerged as a trope that peppered Sinn Féin commentary on social and economic matters. At times, this commitment went beyond the pages of political treatises. In June 1919, Sinn Féin ordered all local party branches to ‘promote the

in Civilising rural Ireland