By W. E. Vaughan
A New heritage of Ireland is the biggest scholarly venture in glossy Irish historical past. In nine volumes, it offers a finished new synthesis of recent scholarship on each point of Irish historical past and prehistory, from the earliest geological and archaeological proof, throughout the center a long time, all the way down to the current day.
Volume VI opens with a personality research of the interval, by way of ten chapters of narrative background, and a learn of eire in 1914. It contains additional chapters at the financial system, literature, the Irish language, track, arts, schooling, management and the general public provider, and emigration.
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COMERFORD xlvii By a series of measures spread over a period of more than a quarter century the law was changed, initially to limit the rights of landlords to set rents and evict tenants, and ultimately to induce them to sell the farms outright to their tenants, at prices that seemed generous before the inflationary hurricane of the first world war period. These transactions were conducted under the supervision of a body having its origins in the land act of 1881,' the Irish land commission, which was for nearly a century one of the central institutions in Irish life.
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