IRISH FACTOR IN U.S.-BRITISH RELATIONS
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IRISH FACTOR IN U.S.-BRITISH RELATIONS
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Taking into consideration a dramatic history of the relations between Great Britain and Ireland, on the one hand, and an enormous influence of people of Irish origin on the American political life, on the other hand, this factor plays a great role in U.S.- British interrelationship.
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01.03.2012
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