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FitzGerald, Garret

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Personal name headingFitzGerald, Garret
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Found inHis State-sponsored bodies, 1963.
The Middle East and the trilateral countries, 1981: t.p. (Garret FitzGerald)
Ireland, a parl. dir., 1973-74: p. 8 (Garret FitzGerald)
WW ... in Ireland, 1973: p. 113 (Garret Michael Desmond FitzGerald; b. 2/9/1926)
Wikipedia WWW site, May 19, 2011 (Garret FitzGerald; b. Feb. 9, 1926, Dublin; d. there May 19, 2011; Irish politician (Fine Gael); Taoiseach, June 30, 1981-Mar. 9, 1982 and Dec. 14, 1982-Mar. 10, 1987)
Estimates for baronies of minimum level of Irish-speaking amongst successive decennial cohorts, 1771-1781 to 1861-1871, 1984: t.p. (Garret FitzGerald) p. 117 (Garret FitzGerald, M.R.I.A. [Member, Royal Irish Academy])
The Telegraph, 19 May 2011, viewed online 7 June 2012: Politics obituaries (Garret Fitzgerald, former Irish Prime Minister, d. May 19 [2011] aged 85; Garret Michael Desmond FitzGerald; b. Dublin Feb. 9, 1926; University College, history and French; worked for Aer Lingus 1947-1959; economics journalist, in 1959 became junior lecturer in economics at UCD; in 1965, ran successfully for office in Irish Senate; held various political positions, including Taoiseach; retreated to back benches 1988, retired from politics 1992; his many publications included works on economics and public administration, a study of the decline of the Irish language in the 18th and 19th centuries, Towards a New Ireland (1972), and Reflections on the Irish State (2002))