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Gladstone and Ireland [electronic resource] : Politics, Religion and Nationality in the Victorian Age

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780230221949Publication details: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.ISBN:
  • 9780230292451
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Gladstone and Ireland : Politics, Religion and Nationality in the Victorian AgeDDC classification:
  • 941.5081
LOC classification:
  • DA563.5.G44 2010
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Contents:
Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; List of illustrations; Notes on contributors; Introduction: Tracts for the times? The enduring appeal of Gladstone and Ireland; 1 History and pluralism: Gladstone and the Maynooth grant controversy; 2 Gladstone, church and state; 3 Anti-Gladstonianism and the pre-1886 Liberal secession; 4 British Liberals and the Irish Home Rule crisis: the dynamics of division; 5 'A deplorable narrative': Gladstone, R. Barry O'Brien and the 'historical argument' for Home Rule, 1880-90; 6 Gladstone and the Ulster question
7 Burke in Belfast: Thomas MacKnight, Gladstone and Liberal Unionism8 The union of hearts depicted: Gladstone, Home Rule, and United Ireland; 9 Gladstone and the Irish civil service; 10 Accommodation, conciliation and cooperation: a Gladstonian legacy; 11 Gladstone and the four nations; Index
Summary: Explains how William Gladstone responded to the 'Irish Question', and in so doing changed the British and Irish political landscape. Religion, land, self-government and nationalism became subjects of intensive political debate, raising issues about the constitution and national identity of the whole United Kingdom.
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Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; List of illustrations; Notes on contributors; Introduction: Tracts for the times? The enduring appeal of Gladstone and Ireland; 1 History and pluralism: Gladstone and the Maynooth grant controversy; 2 Gladstone, church and state; 3 Anti-Gladstonianism and the pre-1886 Liberal secession; 4 British Liberals and the Irish Home Rule crisis: the dynamics of division; 5 'A deplorable narrative': Gladstone, R. Barry O'Brien and the 'historical argument' for Home Rule, 1880-90; 6 Gladstone and the Ulster question

7 Burke in Belfast: Thomas MacKnight, Gladstone and Liberal Unionism8 The union of hearts depicted: Gladstone, Home Rule, and United Ireland; 9 Gladstone and the Irish civil service; 10 Accommodation, conciliation and cooperation: a Gladstonian legacy; 11 Gladstone and the four nations; Index

Explains how William Gladstone responded to the 'Irish Question', and in so doing changed the British and Irish political landscape. Religion, land, self-government and nationalism became subjects of intensive political debate, raising issues about the constitution and national identity of the whole United Kingdom.