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Roy Greenslade

Roy Greenslade is an editor, author and commentator. Among his works are Press Gang (2003), Maxwell’s Fall (1992), and Goodbye to the Working Class (1976). 

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BOOK REVIEW: Brugha biography reveals power struggle with Collins

BOOK REVIEW: Brugha biography reveals power struggle with Collins

BOOKS: Exploring the role Noraid played during the conflict

BOOKS: Exploring the role Noraid played during the conflict

BOOK REVIEW: The shadow of partition loomed large over Donegal

BOOK REVIEW: The shadow of partition loomed large over Donegal

BOOK REVIEW: One newspaper, two struggles: Two different stories

BOOK REVIEW: One newspaper, two struggles: Two different stories

BOOKS: Curious journeys have many twists and turns

BOOKS: Curious journeys have many twists and turns

BOOKS: Bleak Belfast photos do the talking in melancholic collection

BOOKS: Bleak Belfast photos do the talking in melancholic collection

BOOKS: When will unionists realise their fellow-British couldn't give a toss for them?

BOOKS: When will unionists realise their fellow-British couldn't give a toss for them?

BOOKS: The Treaty compromise which still haunts Ireland

BOOKS: The Treaty compromise which still haunts Ireland

BOOK REVIEW: Albert Reynolds was the right man in the right place at the right time

BOOK REVIEW: Albert Reynolds was the right man in the right place at the right time

BOOKS: Anglo-Irish Agreement was part of hopeless strategy to isolate republicans

BOOKS: Anglo-Irish Agreement was part of hopeless strategy to isolate republicans

BOOKS: Startling truth behind the slaying of informer who betrayed the Invincibles

BOOKS: Startling truth behind the slaying of informer who betrayed the Invincibles

BOOKS: A bloody Tan War tale which humanises friend and foe alike

BOOKS: A bloody Tan War tale which humanises friend and foe alike

 

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