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This Council attempted to forge an uneasy truce between the secular values of modern industrial societies and the Catholic tradition. Patricia Jalland argues that: Protestant counties of Ulster from Home Rule … might have helped to undermine the basis for Unionist opposition to the Home Rule Bill in the country at large. Richard English insists the rebellion was a ‘Catholic affair’, and alternatively it was a ‘political event’ (p. 273), all to deny its republican dimensions.

Pages: 567

Publisher: William Morrow & Co; 1st U.S. ed edition (November 1982)

ISBN: 0688015557

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