Title

Similarities Between Groups on Irish Home Rule and Independence

Document Type

Class Paper

Publication Date

12-2016

Abstract

In this paper, I looked at two varieties of nationalism in nineteenth-twentieth century Ireland (parliamentary and revolutionary nationalism) and compared them to each other and to unionism. Specifically, I looked at how they were similar in their concern for religious equality, appeals to pride and love of country, desire for increased political rights, and the need to be unified.

Comments

Completed in partial completion of Dr. Mortenson's Research Seminar offered by the History Department.

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