Saturday November 28, 2020

Saving the State: Garret the Good and other FG totems shine in a sympathetic party history

Political journalist Stephen Collins and historian Ciara Meehan have produced a largely positive review of Fine Gael since its foundation in the early 1920s

7th November, 2020
Garret FitzGerald awaiting the results of the 1987 general election: the former taoiseach emerges with credit from the pages of Saving the State. Picture: Getty

POLITICS

Saving the State: Fine Gael from Collins to Varadkar

By Stephen Collins and Ciara Meehan

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