- Author:Michael Keyes
- Publisher:Gill & MacMillan, Limited (September 30, 2011)
- Pages:292 pages
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Funding the Nation book.
Funding the Nation book. In telling this story Michael Keyes fills a key gap in our knowledge by showing us that popular funding was the life blood of Irish nationalism and was the key ingredient in a movement that went from political exclusion to political dominance in nineteenth-century Ireland.
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Keyes, Michael, Funding the nation: Money and nationalist politics in nineteenth-century Ireland (Dublin, 2011) . McWilliams, Rohan, Popular politics in nineteenth century England (London, 1998). ‘Agricultural labourers and the land question’, in Carla King (e., Famine, land and culture in Ireland (Dublin, 2000), pp. 101–16. The modernisation of Irish society, 1848–1918 (Dublin, 1972). Melvin, Patrick, ‘The landed gentry of Galway, 1820–1880’ (PhD thesis, Trinity College Dublin, 1991).
The work of K. Theodore Hoppen has forced historians of nineteenthcentury Ireland to question the role and significance . Theodore Hoppen has forced historians of nineteenthcentury Ireland to question the role and significance of nationalism in politics, particularly local politics. Parochialism is for Hoppen the predominant political sentiment in Irish life. 2 History, lxxi (1986), p. 177. 3 Ibid, p. 178.