T. W. Russell and the compulsory-land-purchase campaign in Ulster, 1900–3

@article{Cosgrove2010TWR,
  title={T. W. Russell and the compulsory-land-purchase campaign in Ulster, 1900–3},
  author={Patrick Cosgrove},
  journal={Irish Historical Studies},
  year={2010},
  volume={37},
  pages={221 - 240}
}
  • Patrick Cosgrove
  • Published 1 November 2010
  • History, Economics
  • Irish Historical Studies
At the beginning of the twentieth century, land purchase in Ireland conducted in compliance with the land-purchase acts passed by the British government between 1881 and 1896 had ground to a virtual standstill. The numbers within the landlord class who wished to sell had been exhausted, yet tenants were anxious for a comprehensive land-purchase measure. The Wyndham Land Act was introduced in the House of Commons on 25 March 1903. The act – the pinnacle of George Wyndham's term of office as… 
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