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Here’s the Story: McAleese settles some scores with a lively account of her life and times

Despite a tendency towards self-righteousness, Mary McAleese’s warmth and decency shine through as she tells the compelling story of her upbringing during the Troubles and her election to become Ireland’s president

17th October, 2020
Mary McAleese with Queen Elizabeth II at a ceremony at the Irish War Memorial Gardens in Islandbridge, Dublin in May 2011 Picture:Getty

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Here’s the Story

By Mary McAleese

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