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By Mike Cronin, John M Regan (eds.)

This quantity units out to check the historical past of eire within the years following the Dail's ratification of independence from Britain in 1922. the several authors within the assortment, all specialists on various points of Irish heritage from the 1st 1/2 the 20th century, concentrate on quite a lot of assorted subject matters. issues of the decline of Redmondite nationalism, the position of Unionism within the loose kingdom, occasion buildings and supplier, the advance of alternative varieties of identification, the character of economics and where of the newly autonomous eire in the British Empire are all incorporated. All chapters are both the results of new archival learn otherwise provide a sustained historiographical critique of present thinking.

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27, May, 1913, p. 118. 05 A. Clery, Dublin Essays (Dublin, 1919), p. 55. 06 M. Colum, Life and the Dream (Dublin, 1966), p. 131. F. Bacon ‘Fathers of the Society of Jesus’, in The Centenary History of the University College, Dublin, Literary and Historical Society, 1855–1955 (Tralee, 1957), p. 71. L. D. Edwards and F. Pyle (eds), 1916: The Easter Rising (London, 1968), pp. 57–8. 09 St Stephen’s, December 1901, p. 75. 10 Nationist, 21 September 1905, p. 5; and Kettle, ‘A Note on Sinn Féin’, p. 52.

16 National Democrat, no. 1, February 1907, p. 8. M. Kettle Papers, LA34/289(i), UCDA. 18 F. Sheehy Skeffington, ‘Frederick Ryan’, p. 117. 19 T. Lawlor to F. Sheehy Skeffington, 4 October 1911 and 21 October 1911. Sheehy Skeffington Papers, MS 21, 622(v), NLI. B. Lyons, The Enigma of Tom Kettle: Irish Patriot, Essayist, Poet and British Soldier, 1880–1916 (Dublin, 1983), pp. 208–13. 21 F. Sheehy Skeffington, ‘The Women’s Movement – Ireland’, The Pioneer, 1, February 1911, p. 227. 22 F. Sheehy Skeffington to J.

John M. Regan 45 … All this has been very regrettable and has to a very considerable degree produced the cleavage and the differences, the causes of which you now invite us to discuss, as well as shaking the confidence of the Organisation generally and the people at large in the intention of the present Executive Government to pursue a policy in harmony with the ideas which we all understood the late President Griffith and the late General Collins to stand for.

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