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David Thornley (31 July 1935 – 18 June 1978) was an Irish Labour Party politician and university professor at Trinity College Dublin. Born in Surrey, England, David Thornley took out Irish citizenship. He received a BA and PhD at Trinity College, Dublin. His PhD was entitled "Isaac Butt and the creation of an Irish parliamentary party (1868–1879)" and was written under the supervision of Theodore William Moody. He was appointed Associate professor of Trinity in 1968
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Isaac Butt and Home Rule. Robert Burns, "Isaac Butt and Home Rule. David Thornley," The Journal of Modern History 39, no. 1 (Ma. 1967): 101-102.
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