Roddy, Martin

Thursday, 3 November 1932

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 44 No. 8

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As the items included in this Estimate have undergone so many changes since it was originally prepared, there is no use in making any reference to them in the course of this discussion. For that rea...More Button

The farmers at the moment are in a most extraordinary position. They are told that if they do not conform to the recent Government proposals there is a danger or a possibility that their land will be...More Button

On the other hand, the farmers by virtue of the economy which they have followed for many years past, by virtue of the traditions of the past seventy years, and by virtue of their own experience are c...More Button

It was made by the Minister for Defence, Deputy Aiken, in a speech which he made in Dundalk or Drogheda.More Button

The farmers are told that they must produce in the interests of the nation and not in their own interests or for the purpose of making individual profits. That is the new economy that the Government ...More Button


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