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James Winder Good (1877 - 1930) was an Irish political journalist and writer. Rejecting the Unionism of his Protestant youth, Good migrated from the Belfast ''Newsletter'' to Dublin's Freeman's Journal. In the years leading to Irish statehood and Partition he was a persistent critic of British policy and of Irish sectarianism.

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[Ireland] : Cumann Leigeacrat an phobail, 1921
 
 
by Good, James Winder
Dublin : Talbot Press, 1920
 
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