My Father Left Me Ireland
National Review senior editor Michael Brendan Dougherty, talked about his book, My Father Left Me Ireland, in which offered his thoughts on nationalism and identity as the son of an absentee Irish father and Irish-American single mother.
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Christopher Caldwell Contributing Editor Claremont Review of Books
Timothy P. Carney Visiting Fellow American Enterprise Institute->Culture of Competition Project
Michael Dougherty Senior Writer National Review
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