The State of Ireland: A Novella and Seventeen Stories

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Thus, the Church’s strength as a social institution meant that it could complacently oversee Irish politics without worrying that state policy might deviate from its teachings. Finally there are some Joint Committees of the Commons and the Lords. The British government soon declared martial law in Ireland, and in less than a week the rebels were crushed by the government forces sent against them. Although often dismissed as an event of little military significance, the resistance of the rebels and the determination of the British authorities to suppress the rebellion as quickly as possible, ensured that much of the city centre was devastated by artillery by the end of Easter Week.

Pages: 400

Publisher: David R Godine Pub; First Edition edition (October 1980)

ISBN: 0879233206

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