President Mary McAleese --- The History Press Ireland

By: Nonsuch Ireland  05/12/2011

Building Bridges: foreword by Seamus Heaney

From 1997 to 2011, Mary McAleese has served as President of Ireland, and become one of the most popular Presidents this country has ever known.

Representing Ireland on the world stage through the highs of the Celtic Tiger and the lows of recent years, she has sounded a voice that is trusted and respected and has become one of the finest examples of what Ireland could and should be.

This book contains the key speeches from her time in office, together with a foreword by Seamus Heaney.

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