Heresy: The Battle of Ideas in Modern Ireland

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Blackstaff Press, 1993 - Ireland - 289 pages
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A challenging book by one of Ireland's most creative social thinkers, this explores the 'civil war for the mind, body and soul of Ireland'. Ranging from the radicalism of Wolfe Tone and James Connolly to the quest for conciliation between Irish nationalism and Ulster unionism, Fennell creates a powerful synthesis of the complex strands of Irish socialism, regionalism, democratic liberalism, and Catholicism.

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Contents

The Last Years of the Gaeltacht
1
Irish Socialist Thought
9
The Humanism of James Connolly and George Russell
38
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