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This was an impressive book, small yet amazingly persuasive. It is more like a collection of critical essays on all of the major themes of Irish history in this period than any kind of narrative ...
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agitation agricultural asserted average became Belfast bishops by-election Catholic Church clergy clerical Connacht Connaught Telegraph Connolly constitutional Cork Cullen Davitt decline denounced despite Devoy disestablishment Dublin economic Edward Harland election electoral emigration Encumbered Estates Act England English established evictions failed famine farmers Fenian Fern Gaelic Galway Gladstone Home Rule party increase Independent Irish Party influence initiative Ireland Irish history James Connolly James Daly John John Redmond Kerry labourers lack Land Act Land League landlords leaders leadership Liberal major Margaret MacCurtain marriage Matt Harris Mayo ment million modernisation movement nationalist O'Connor Power opinion Orange organisation Parnell Parnell's Parnellite Pearse Pearse's peasant proprietorship political population post-famine potato potential pre-famine priests Protestant proved Redmond reflected rent role Roscommon rose Rulers rural schools Scotch-Irish Sinn Fein social society Tenant League tion Tory Ulster union unionist urban virtually volunteers vote voters William O'Brien
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