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That Irishman : The Life and Times of John O'Connor Power

Stanford, Jane

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ISBN 10: 1845886984 / ISBN 13: 9781845886981
Published by The History Press Ireland, 2011
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Title: That Irishman : The Life and Times of John ...

Publisher: The History Press Ireland

Publication Date: 2011

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:As New

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The story of John O'Connor Power is the story of Ireland's struggle for nationhood itself. Born into poverty in Ballinasloe in 1846, O'Connor Power spent much of his childhood in the workhouse. From here he rose rapidly through the ranks of the Fenian Movement to become a leading member of the Supreme Council of the Irish Republican Brotherhood. In 1874 he was elected Member for Mayo to the British House of Commons where he was widely acknowledged to be one of the outstanding orators of his day. His speeches, both in Parliament and to the Us House of Representatives, secured crucial concessions and support for the Irish cause. O'Connor Power campaigned tirelessly for the rights of tenant farmers, and pioneered the policy of obstructionism to this end. Following his address to a tenants' rights meeting in Mayo, a protest was launched which would quickly become the powerful polticial force that was the Land League. He was, in short, one of a distinguished company, that indomitable Irishry of Charles Stewart Parnell, Michael Davitt and Isaac Cutt, who made the dream of an independent Ireland a reality.

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Jane Stanford was born in England and moved back to Ireland in her late teens. She has lived in Washington DC, New York, Brussels, Madrid and Geneva.

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