Home rule: an Irish history, 1800-2000

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"Alvin Jackson's Home Rule : An Irish History examines the development of Home Rule and devolution in Ireland from the nineteenth century to the present. It traces some of the main themes in Irish peacemaking from their late Victorian roots to the beginning of the millennium: it explores the origins of the Good Friday Agreement, and many of the interconnections between Irish political history and contemporary affairs. The work offers an incisive reappraisal of different political leaders through the period. Drawing on new archival evidence, Home Rule illuminates a crucial aspect of British and Irish history over a two-hundred-year span."--Jacket
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherWeidenfeld & Nicolson
Number of pages405
ISBN (Print)1842127241, 9781842127247
Publication statusPublished - 2003


  • Nationalbewegung
  • Irische Frage
  • Home rule
  • Irish question
  • Zelfbestuur
  • Politics and government


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