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A history of the Irish working class /
P. Berresford Ellis.
edition
New ed. --
imprint
London : Pluto, 1985.
description
372 p. ; 20 cm.
ISBN
074530009X (pbk) :
format(s)
Book
Holdings
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imprint
London : Pluto, 1985.
isbn
074530009X (pbk) :
catalogue key
3172653
 
Bibliography: p. [354]-359.
Includes index.
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'The curious but tangled relationship ... between labour and nationalism in Ireland has never been more clearly exposed.' --Times Educational Supplement '[A]ccessible and immensely readable ... with great relevance and poignancy.' --Irish Studies Review
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Main Description
'The curious but tangled relationship ... between labour and nationalism in Ireland has never been more clearly exposed.' Times Educational Supplement _[A]ccessible and immensely readable ... with great relevance and poignancy._ Irish Studies Review This modern classic of Irish history is an accomplished and readable synthesis. Subjects covered include the early 'communism' of the Celtic clans ; the role of the Church; the Irish aristocracy and their handover to Henry II; Wolfe Tone_s rising and O_Connell_s betrayal.
Main Description
'The curious but tangled relationship ... between labour and nationalism in Ireland has never been more clearly exposed.' Times Educational Supplement '[A]ccessible and immensely readable ... with great relevance and poignancy.' Irish Studies Review This modern classic of Irish history is an accomplished and readable synthesis. Subjects covered include the early 'communism' of the Celtic clans ; the role of the Church; the Irish aristocracy and their handover to Henry II; Wolfe Tone's rising and O'Connell's betrayal.
Main Description
'The curious but tangled relationship ... between labour and nationalism in Ireland has never been more clearly exposed.' Times Educational Supplement'~[A]ccessible and immensely readable ... with great relevance and poignancy.' Irish Studies ReviewThis modern classic of Irish history is an accomplished and readable synthesis. Subjects covered include the early 'communism' of the Celtic clans ; the role of the Church; the Irish aristocracy and their handover to Henry II; Wolfe Tone's rising and O'Connell's betrayal.
Main Description
'The curious but tangled relationship ... between labour and nationalism in Ireland has never been more clearly exposed.' Times Educational Supplement'[A]ccessible and immensely readable ... with great relevance and poignancy.' Irish Studies ReviewThis modern classic of Irish history is an accomplished and readable synthesis. Subjects covered include the early 'communism' of the Celtic clans ; the role of the Church; the Irish aristocracy and their handover to Henry II; Wolfe Tone's rising and O'Connell's betrayal.
Main Description
'The curious but tangled relationship ... between labour and nationalism in Ireland has never been more clearly exposed.' Times Educational Supplement*BR**BR*'[A]ccessible and immensely readable ... with great relevance and poignancy.' Irish Studies Review*BR**BR*This modern classic of Irish history is an accomplished and readable synthesis. Subjects covered include the early 'communism' of the Celtic clans ; the role of the Church; the Irish aristocracy and their handover to Henry II; Wolfe Tone's rising and O'Connell's betrayal.
Main Description
'The curious but tangled relationship ... between labour and nationalism in Ireland has never been more clearly exposed.' Times Education Supplement
Main Description
This modern classic of Irish history is an accomplished and readable synthesis. Subjects covered include the early 'communism' of the Celtic clans ; the role of the Church; the Irish aristocracy and their handover to Henry II; Wolfe Tone's rising and O'Connell's betrayal.
Table of Contents
Preface to first edition
Preface to 1996 edition
Celtic Communism
Feudalism
The Plantations
A Century of Unrest
The United Irishmen
Pioneers of Socialism
O'Connell - the Enemy Within
Marx, Engels and the Fenians
The People's War, 1879-82
The Rise of Organised Labour
The Dublin Lock-Out
'The Risen People'
The National Struggle
The Irish Free State
The Dictionary Republic
The Northern Revolution<$$$/>No
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