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Irish Socialist Republicanism, 1909-36 By Adrian Grant,

  • Title: Irish Socialist Republicanism, 1909-36
  • Author: Adrian Grant
  • ISBN: 9781846823619
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This book examines Irish socialist republicanism in the early part of the 20th century Previous studies of the subject have pointed to the left wing of the IRA as the prime instigator of the movement Here, socialist republicanism is examined in detail from the perspective of the Labour movement alongside the IRA and other republican groups for the first time The resultThis book examines Irish socialist republicanism in the early part of the 20th century Previous studies of the subject have pointed to the left wing of the IRA as the prime instigator of the movement Here, socialist republicanism is examined in detail from the perspective of the Labour movement alongside the IRA and other republican groups for the first time The result is an enlightening account of the many connections and alliances that existed between republicans, socialists, communists, and others The reader is provided with a narrative that explains the many twists and turns in both mainstream and radical Irish politics of the periodGrant s study does contain some very useful detail regarding the fissiparous world of Irish socialist republicanism Its best sections deal with the early twentieth century socialist republicanism of the Irish Transport and General Workers Union ITGWU and the book s most useful contribution is to focus our attention on the details of organized labor in these years, in relation to socialist republicanism Irish Literary Supplement, Vol.34, No.1, Fall 2014
    Irish Socialist Republicanism This book examines Irish socialist republicanism in the early part of the th century Previous studies of the subject have pointed to the left wing of the IRA as the prime instigator of the movement

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    1. This book is an exhaustive history of the labour movement in Ireland, focusing especially on it unique tie to Irish Republican politics It is something of an academic tome, covering in detail the often banal comings and goings of individuals, and the rise and fall of unions and political parties A picture emerges that there was a fine line between petty infighting and principled disagreement To me it highlights that the times of greatest victory in the movement were times of unity Makes you wond [...]

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