Independent Newspapers

A history

Mark O'Brien & Kevin Rafter, editors

Hardback €45.00
Catalogue Price: €50.00
ISBN: 978-1-84682-360-2
September 2012. 250pp; ills.

Parnellite politics and the origins of Independent Newspapers
Patrick Maume

The life and career of William Martin Murphy
Padraig Yeates

No longer a political side show: T.R. Harrington and the ‘new’ Irish Independent, 1905–31
Felix M. Larkin

Nationalist in the broadest sense: the Irish Independent and the Irish revolution
Ian Kenneally

Tom Grehan: advertising pioneer and newspaperman
Colum Kenny

‘Irish Ireland’ and the Irish Independent, 1902–22
Aoife Whelan

‘The best interests of the nation’: Frank Geary, the Irish Independent and the Spanish civil war
Mark O’Brien

‘May we safely refer to the Land League?’: Independent Newspapers and Emergency censorship, 1939–45
Donal Ó Drisceoil

The politics of despair: Independent Newspapers and post-war Irish society
Gary Murphy

A tale of ‘womanly intuition’: Hector Legge at the Sunday Independent, 1940–70
Kevin Rafter

The changing of the guard at Middle Abbey Street, 1961–73
John Horgan

‘The sense of history’: working at Independent House
Ida Milne

Heavy lifter or great news-hound? The editorship of Vincent Doyle, 1981–2005
Joe Breen

Independent Newspapers and Irish society, 1973–98
Mark O’Brien

Global players: Tony O’Reilly and Independent News & Media
Gavin Ellis

Profits, politics and personal position: the role of the proprietor
Kevin Rafter