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by J. Murray
Written in English
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In Ireland at the turn of the century, an Irish Catholic lived in the shadow of two abortive rebellions against the Crown — in and again in — and the names of Wolfe Tone and Robert Emmet carried, for the politically minded, a mixed aura of patriotism, well-meaning enterprise, dangerous risk taking, and resounding : Cornell University Press. This chapter describes the significance of Ireland in the unfolding history of the British Empire and Commonwealth. The new, more self-assertive generation of nationalists was watched with some apprehension by the Roman Catholic Church. The Church supported the demand for Home Rule but opposed more revolutionary forms of nationalism, fearing not just the disorder and chaos of revolution .
Anti-revisionist critics such as Anthony Coughlan, Seamus Deane and Desmond Fennell have noted that this new revisionism coincides with the outbreak of armed conflict in the north of Ireland. In their view revisionism is the ideological stance taken by that section of people who grew comfortable, prosperous and powerful in southern society. EPILOGUE. The first important strength of the family is unity. SIR EVELYN DE ROTHSCHILD, The visitor to New Court today enters a black and white marble building in the modern entrance hall, however, is dominated by William Armfield Hobday’s portrait of Nathan Rothschild and his family.
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3rd ed. (New York: Dutton ). Horace Plunkett, Ireland in the new century (Blackrock (Co. Dublin): Irish Academic Press ). This chapter reflects the meaning of the history of the British Empire at the close of the 20th century. In particular, it examines some of the more significant ways in which the existence of the former British Empire influences the world at the juncture of two millennia, although that Empire has long ceased to be a political and economic force.
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