RECONSIDERING THE IRISH ACT OF UNION

@inproceedings{Connolly2000RECONSIDERINGTI,
  title={RECONSIDERING THE IRISH ACT OF UNION},
  author={Sean Connolly},
  year={2000}
}
THE political, administrative and social consequences of the union of Great Britain and Ireland, and even more the eventual unravelling of the structures it created, have for the greater part of the past century provided Irish historians with a major theme. By contrast the measure itself has received little sustained analysis or discussion. F.R. Bolton's monograph, first published in 1966, remains – more than three decades later – the standard reference. In part this is a tribute to the depth… CONTINUE READING

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