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Daniel ‘O’ Connell, known to the Irish as the Liberator, fought for Irish freedom as well as equal rights for the Irish  Catholics, often treated as second class citizens by the more Protestant British Empire. He represents the lengthy and difficult Irish freedom struggle in this piece. He is honored in the city of Dublin where this statue stands, except perhaps by the pigeons.

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Daniel ‘O’ Connell, known to the Irish as the Liberator, fought for Irish freedom as well as equal rights for the Irish Catholics, often treated as second class citizens by the more Protestant British Empire. He represents the lengthy and difficult Irish freedom struggle in this piece. He is honored in the city of Dublin where this statue stands, except perhaps by the pigeons.

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