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By Jenny Shaw

The standard lives of Irish and Africans are obscured by means of resources developed by way of elites. via her learn, Shaw overcomes the restrictions such resources impose via pushing methodological limitations to fill within the gaps, silences, and absences that dominate the old checklist.

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