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1922: The Birth of Irish Democracy

Garvin, Tom

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ISBN 10: 0717139697 / ISBN 13: 9780717139699
Verlag: Gill & Macmillan Ltd 2005-09, 2005
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Titel: 1922: The Birth of Irish Democracy

Verlag: Gill & Macmillan Ltd 2005-09

Erscheinungsdatum: 2005

Einband: Soft cover

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This book examines the birth of the Irish state and sets it in its European historical context. The process of democratic nation-making reached full fruition while a vicious civil war was raging, ostensibly fought over points of political principle but actually deciding whether Ireland was to be ruled by popular majority will or by a virtuous but unaccountable minority. Garvin argues that militant republicanism always lacked popular, democratic legitimacy. The mainstream Irish nationalist tradition was moderate and realistic, and it was this nation-building tradition that triumphed in 1922. The stability and good order of the Irish state owes much to this victory. In particular, because the democratic impulse in Irish life overcame the cult of the virtuous minority, Ireland did not go the way of so many other newly emerging European states. There were to be no military dictators or fascist interludes; instead, there evolved a stable democracy which eventually came to include most of those defeated in 1922. ""Tom Garvin... delivers in full measure those qualities which those who know his earlier work will be looking for: new source material, a nose for the big issue, jugular-grasping directness of expression, fertile international comparisons, arresting and sometimes breathtakingly bold judgments. Since there are half a dozen of these to every page, even a big sample could hardly do justice to the impact of his writing.""-Charles Townshend, Irish Political Studies.

Über den Autor:

Tom Garvin is Emeritus Professor of Politics at University College Dublin and an honorary research fellow at IBIS. His books include Nationalist Revolutionaries in Ireland(1987), 1922: The Birth of Irish Democracy (1996), and Preventing the Future: Why was Ireland so poor for so long? (2004) . He is also the author of many articles and chapters on Irish and comparative politics. He is an alumnus of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington D.C., and a Member of the Royal Irish Academy. He has taught at the University of Georgia, Colgate University and Mount Holyoke College. Most recently, his biography of Sean Lemass, Judging Lemass, was published by the Royal Irish Academy in 2009.

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