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Garret FitzGerald was an intellectual and authoritative presence who inspired respect and affection in all who worked with him, writes Alan Dukes

21st May, 2011

Garret FitzGerald was an intellectual and authoritative presence who inspired respect and affection in all who worked with him, writes Alan Dukes

Garret FitzGerald’s legacy is one of astonishing depth and variety. He was one of Ireland’s most prominent political personalities, with a career in the Oireachtas spanning 20 years from his election to Seanad Eireann in 1965 to his retirement from Dáil Eireann in 1992.After a brilliant term of office as minister for foreign...

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