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Industrial Development and Irish National Identity, 1922-1939 By Mary E. Daly

Industrial Development and Irish National Identity, 1922-1939
by Mary E. Daly

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Explores Irish industrial policy in the first two decades following independence. It focuses in particular on the political aspects of industrialization, with attention paid to subjects like partition and Anglo-Irish relations. By the author of "The Famine in Ireland".
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Industrial Development and Irish National Identity, 1922-1939 by Mary E. Daly

This book explores Irish industrial policy in the first two decades following independence. It focuses in particular on the political aspects of industrialization, with special attention paid to subjects like partition and Anglo-Irish relations from 1920 to 1939. Drawing on a wide range of primary sources, this book examines the role of institutional traditions and cultural values in economic development, focusing on the threefold influences of nationalism, Catholicism and British political positions. This book should be of interest to students of Irish and economic history. Mary Daly is the author of "A Social History of Ireland Since 1800" and "The Famine in Ireland".

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GOR009944352
Industrial Development and Irish National Identity, 1922-1939 by Mary E. Daly
Mary E. Daly
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Gill
1992-11-30
202
071711984X
9780717119844
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