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Correction: On p. 565, I note that the Supreme Court found the bill to amend the Offences Against the State Act, 1939, to be unconstitutional and Hyde declined to sign it into law. In fact, the Supreme Court found the Bill to be constitutional and Hyde did sign off on it. You can read the Supreme Court judgement in full here. I am very grateful to Brian Murphy for pointing out this error to me.
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