Ireland Since Parnell (Classic Reprint)

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In 1882 the National League came into being, giving a broader programme and a deeper depth of meaning to the aims of Parnell. At this time the Parliamentary policy of the Party under his leadership was an absolute independence of all British Parties, and therein lay all its strength and savour. There was also the pledge of the members to sit, act and vote together, which owed its wholesome force not so much to anything inherent in the pledge itself as to the positive terror of a public opinion in Ireland which would tolerate no tampering with it.

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CONTENTS; I'AGB; FOREWORD 1; CHAPTER; I A LEADER APPEARS 5; II A LEADER IS DETHRONED! 15; III THE DEATH OF A LEADER 22; IV AN APPRECIATION OF PARNELL 28; V THE WRECK AND RUIN OF A PARTY 87; VI TOWARDS LIGHT AN-D LEADING 45; VII FORCES OF REGENERATION AND THEIR EFFECT 57; VIII THE BIRTH OF A MOVEMENT AND WHAT IT CAME; TO 69; IX THE LAND QUESTION AND ITS SETTLEMENT 84; x LAND PURCHASE AND A DETERMINED CAMPAIGN; TO KILL IT ·; XI THE MOVEMENT FOR DEVOLUTION AND ITS; DEFEAT; XII THE LATER IRISH PARTY- ITS CHARACTER AND; 105; 128; COMPOSITION 187; XIII A TALE OF BAD LEADERSHIP AND BAD FAITH 155; XIV LAND AND LABOUR 168; XV SOME FURTHER SALVAGE FROM THE WRECKAGE 187 XVI REUNION AND TREACHERY; XVII A NEW POWER ARISES IN IRELAND; XVIII A CAMPAIGN OF EXTERMINATION AND ITS; CONSEQUENCES; XIX A GENERAL ELECTION THAT LEADS TO A; "HOME RULE" BILL!; XX THE RISE OF SIR EDWARD CARSON; XXI SINN FEIN - ITS ORIGINAL MEANING AND; PAGE; 197; 207; 221; 280; 242; PURPOSE 253; XXII LABOUR BECOMES A POWER IN IRISH LIFE 262; XXIII CARSON, ULSTER AND OTHER CONSIDERATIONS 268; XXIV FORMATION OF IRISH VOLUNTEERS AND OUTBREAK; OF WAR; XXV THE EASTER WEEK REBELLION AND AFTERWARDS; XXVI THE IRISH CONVENTION AND THE CONSCRIPTION; OF IRELAND; XXVII "THE TIMES " AND IRISH SETTLEMENT; XX

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