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Author Curtin, Nancy J.
Title The United Irishmen : popular politics in Ulster and Dublin, 1791-1798 / Nancy J. Curtin.
Imprint Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994.

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Subject United Irishmen.
Popular culture -- Ireland -- History -- 18th century.
Populism -- Ireland -- History -- 18th century.
Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland) -- Politics and government.
Ireland -- History -- Rebellion of 1798 -- Causes.
Ireland -- Politics and government -- 1760-1820.
Dublin (Ireland) -- Politics and government.
Politics History, 1691-1799
Ireland
Northern Ireland
Description 1 online resource (vi, 317 pages) : illustrations
Note digitized 2010 HathiTrust Digital Library committed to preserve pda
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 293-309) and index.
Contents 1. Ideology and Aims -- 2. From Reform to Revolution -- 3. Mobilization and Counter-Revolution -- 4. Organization -- 5. Recruitment and Social Composition -- 6. Defenders and Militiamen -- 7. Literary Mischief -- 8. The Republican Press -- 9. Propaganda by Deed -- 10. Rebellion -- Appendix: United Irish Social Composition.
Summary The United Irish Movement of the 1790s launched a tradition of revolutionary republicanism in Ireland which continues to the present day. This book examines the origins, context, nature, and practice of early Irish republicanism. It is primarily concerned with the hitherto largely neglected internal dynamics of the movement from its inception in 1791 to its defeat in the great rebellion of 1798. Nancy J.
Curtin explores its ideology, propaganda, social composition, and mobilization, and shows how these threads were woven together by an emerging liberalism not usually associated with the republican tradition and which only fitfully survived the demise of the radical movement.
Professor Curtin shows how class and religious tensions contributed to the United Irish failure, but at the same time highlights its successes. She places her sharp analysis of United Irish mobilization, both ideologically and organizationally, within the fluid context of revolution and counter-revolution in late eighteenth-century Ireland.
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ISBN 0198203225 (acid-free paper)
9780198203223 (CORRECT)
0198203225 (CORRECT)
9780191677632
0191677639
OCLC # 623440236
Additional Format Print version: Curtin, Nancy J. United Irishmen. Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994 (DLC) 93032522 (OCoLC)28709629