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The Resurrection of Ireland : The Sinn Féin Party, 1916-1923.

By: Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999Copyright date: ©1999Description: 1 online resource (532 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780511149665
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Resurrection of Ireland : The Sinn Féin Party, 1916–1923DDC classification:
  • 941.50821
LOC classification:
  • JN1571.5.S56 L34 1999
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- CONTENTS -- ILLUSTRATIONS -- FIGURES AND TABLES -- PREFACE -- NOTE ON THE TEXT -- ABBREVIATIONS -- PROLOUGE: BEFORE THE EASTER RISING -- 1 IRISH NATIONALISTS: POLITICIANS AND REBELS -- Home rulers and their enemies -- The IRB and the Volunteers -- Arthur Griffith -- The first Sinn Féin -- North Leitrim -- Decline -- Conspirators -- THE IRISH REVOLUTION, 1916-1923 -- 2 REBELLION AND HIBERNATION, 1916 -- Insurrection -- Executions and arrests -- The death of home rule -- The Irish Nation League -- Prisoners and their comforters -- Sinn Féin without Griffith -- West Cork -- Transition -- 3 ORGANIZERS AND CONVERTS, 1917 -- North Roscommon -- Uneasy allies -- The Plunkett convention -- Expansion -- South Longford -- The Liberty League -- East Clare and Kilkenny -- The by-elections -- The October convention -- 4 REVERSES AND VICTORY, 1918 -- Three defeats -- Conscription -- 'To die on their own doorstep' -- The Church and the pledge -- The 'German plot' -- East Cavan -- Preparations -- Opponents -- Triumph -- 5 THE PARTY: STRUCTURES AND MEMBERS -- Theory -- Practice -- Money -- Headquarters -- Members -- Volunteers -- The clergy -- Women -- Roots and branches -- 6 POLICY: BELIEFS AND ATTITUDES -- Abstractions -- The past -- Unionists and others -- Language -- The republic -- Violence -- The peace conference -- Class conflict -- Propaganda -- 7 WAR AND REPRESSION 1919-1921 -- Skirmishes -- After Soloheadbeg -- Soldiers and politicians -- Suppression -- Escalation -- The truce -- 8 MINISTERS AND BUREAUCRATS, 1919-1921 -- The first Dáil -- Republican courts -- Subordination -- The 1920 local elections -- Administration -- The 'Partition Act' -- The 1921 elections -- Revival -- 9 THE TREATY AND THE SPLIT, 1921-1922 -- Manoeuvres -- Purists and pragmatists -- Divisions -- The republican reaction.
The February ard-fheis -- The army split -- The spring campaign -- 10 THE PACT ELECTION AND THE CIVIL WAR, 1922-1923 -- The Collins-de Valera pact -- The summer campaign -- The people's vote -- Civil war -- Closing time -- Cumann na nGaedheal -- The republican party -- EPILOGUE: AFTER THE CIVIL WAR -- 11 IRISH REPUBLICANS: FUNDAMENTALISTS AND COMPROMISERS -- The third Sinn Féin -- De Valera's departure -- On the periphery -- The lure of politics -- The ballot paper and the armalite -- Continuities and contrasts -- SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY -- PRIMARY SOURCES -- Manuscripts -- ARMAGH -- BELFAST -- CORK -- DUBLIN -- LONDON -- OXFORD -- Government records -- NATIONAL ARCHIVES, DUBLIN -- PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE, LONDON -- MINISTÈRE DES AFFAIRES ÉTRANGÈRES, PARIS -- Official Publications -- DUBLIN -- LONDON -- Contemporaneous published writings -- Other printed primary sources -- Newspapers and periodicals -- SECONDARY SOURCES -- Guides, bibliographies and works of reference -- Books, articles and dissertations -- Interviews -- INDEX.
Summary: An analysis of the political organisation of Irish republicanism after the Easter Rising of 1916.
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Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- CONTENTS -- ILLUSTRATIONS -- FIGURES AND TABLES -- PREFACE -- NOTE ON THE TEXT -- ABBREVIATIONS -- PROLOUGE: BEFORE THE EASTER RISING -- 1 IRISH NATIONALISTS: POLITICIANS AND REBELS -- Home rulers and their enemies -- The IRB and the Volunteers -- Arthur Griffith -- The first Sinn Féin -- North Leitrim -- Decline -- Conspirators -- THE IRISH REVOLUTION, 1916-1923 -- 2 REBELLION AND HIBERNATION, 1916 -- Insurrection -- Executions and arrests -- The death of home rule -- The Irish Nation League -- Prisoners and their comforters -- Sinn Féin without Griffith -- West Cork -- Transition -- 3 ORGANIZERS AND CONVERTS, 1917 -- North Roscommon -- Uneasy allies -- The Plunkett convention -- Expansion -- South Longford -- The Liberty League -- East Clare and Kilkenny -- The by-elections -- The October convention -- 4 REVERSES AND VICTORY, 1918 -- Three defeats -- Conscription -- 'To die on their own doorstep' -- The Church and the pledge -- The 'German plot' -- East Cavan -- Preparations -- Opponents -- Triumph -- 5 THE PARTY: STRUCTURES AND MEMBERS -- Theory -- Practice -- Money -- Headquarters -- Members -- Volunteers -- The clergy -- Women -- Roots and branches -- 6 POLICY: BELIEFS AND ATTITUDES -- Abstractions -- The past -- Unionists and others -- Language -- The republic -- Violence -- The peace conference -- Class conflict -- Propaganda -- 7 WAR AND REPRESSION 1919-1921 -- Skirmishes -- After Soloheadbeg -- Soldiers and politicians -- Suppression -- Escalation -- The truce -- 8 MINISTERS AND BUREAUCRATS, 1919-1921 -- The first Dáil -- Republican courts -- Subordination -- The 1920 local elections -- Administration -- The 'Partition Act' -- The 1921 elections -- Revival -- 9 THE TREATY AND THE SPLIT, 1921-1922 -- Manoeuvres -- Purists and pragmatists -- Divisions -- The republican reaction.

The February ard-fheis -- The army split -- The spring campaign -- 10 THE PACT ELECTION AND THE CIVIL WAR, 1922-1923 -- The Collins-de Valera pact -- The summer campaign -- The people's vote -- Civil war -- Closing time -- Cumann na nGaedheal -- The republican party -- EPILOGUE: AFTER THE CIVIL WAR -- 11 IRISH REPUBLICANS: FUNDAMENTALISTS AND COMPROMISERS -- The third Sinn Féin -- De Valera's departure -- On the periphery -- The lure of politics -- The ballot paper and the armalite -- Continuities and contrasts -- SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY -- PRIMARY SOURCES -- Manuscripts -- ARMAGH -- BELFAST -- CORK -- DUBLIN -- LONDON -- OXFORD -- Government records -- NATIONAL ARCHIVES, DUBLIN -- PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE, LONDON -- MINISTÈRE DES AFFAIRES ÉTRANGÈRES, PARIS -- Official Publications -- DUBLIN -- LONDON -- Contemporaneous published writings -- Other printed primary sources -- Newspapers and periodicals -- SECONDARY SOURCES -- Guides, bibliographies and works of reference -- Books, articles and dissertations -- Interviews -- INDEX.

An analysis of the political organisation of Irish republicanism after the Easter Rising of 1916.

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