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It was to defy many subsequent attempts to remove it in the years ahead. 46 4 SEPARATE WAYS: 1926-38 By the end of 1925 both administrations in Ireland had begun the serious task of building up their infrastructures and implementing their declared policies. The outcome of their Boundary Agreement emphasised for each the paramount need to concentrate on putting its own house in order. Their tasks were separate and urgent. But they were not to be free of association. On the one hand there existed matters of joint concern, while on the other there would be, inevitably, individual decisions from time to time that would have crossborder impact.
Patrick Pearse had emerged as the Commander in Chief of the rebel force (numbering no more than 1,600, including the 219 Citizen Army contingent) as well as Chairman of the Provisional Government, whose Proclamation of the Irish Republic he read out that Easter Monday morning. The Republic thus proclaimed looked to history for its justification, and, despite some reservations later revealed, put its faith in the republican ideal. It claimed 'the allegiance of every Irishman and Irishwoman' and its short statement included a description of its aims and scopeY But, as Roy Foster has observed, there was another characteristic of the young men who carried through their fateful dream that Easter, and this was their poetic identification of 'the Irish soul as Catholic and Gaelic' .
Towards the end of December a plan had been formulated. It was to emerge as the Government of Ireland Act, 1920. It was, in effect, a fourth Home Rule Bill, and it reflected the tense debate over exclusion that had characterised the Home Rule issue since the Committee stage of the third bill, in June 1912. It also reflected the Conservative domination of the Coalition Government and 34 Division and Retrenchment: 1919-25 the fact that the Ulster Unionists, thanks to the withdrawal of Sinn Fein and the annihilation of the Irish Parliamentary Party, were the dominant representatives of Ireland in the Commons.
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