Economic Change and the National Question in Twentieth-Century Europe

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NOTES
1
Quoted in Cormac Ó Gráda, Ireland: A New Economic History 1780–1939 (Oxford, 1994), p. 406.
2
E. J. Hobsbawm, Nations and Nationalism since 1870 (Cambridge, 1997).
3
Liam Kennedy, Colonialism, Religion and Nationalism in Ireland (Belfast, 1996), p. 180; also adumbrated in Paul Bew and Henry Patterson, Seán Lemass and the Making of Modern Ireland 1945–66 (Dublin, 1982), p. 194.
4
Kennedy, Colonialism, Religion and Nationalism, p. 180.
5
Peter Alter, Nationalism (2nd edn, London, 1994), p. 4; Anthony D. Smith, National Identity (London, 1991), p. 74; Anthony D. Smith, Theories of Nationalism (London, 1971), p. 23.
6
Elie Kedourie, 'Dark gods and their rites' in John Hutchinson and Anthony Smith (eds.), Nationalism (Oxford, 1994), p. 208.
7
John Breuilly, 'The sources of nationalist ideology', in Hutchinson and Smith, Nationalism, pp. 103–13 at p. 111.
8
Liah Greenfeld, 'Types of European nationalism', in Hutchinson and Smith, Nationalism, pp. 165–71 at pp. 171–2.
9
Quoted in D. George Boyce, Nationalism in Ireland (3rd edn, London, 1995), p. 22.
10
Kennedy, Colonialism, Religion and Nationalism, p. 34.
11
Mary E. Daly, Industrial Development and Irish National Identity 1922–1939 (Dublin, 1993), p. 11.
12
Though she implicitly modifies her position in Mary E. Daly, 'Integration or diversity? Anglo-Irish economic relations, 1922–39' in S. J. Connolly (ed.), Kingdoms United? Great Britain and Ireland since 1500: Integration and Diversity (Dublin, 1999), pp. 171–80.
13
Quoted in Maurice Moynihan (ed.), Speeches and Statements by Eamon de Valera 1917–73 (Dublin, 1980), p. 190.
14
Quoted in Cormac Ó Gráda, A Rocky Road: The Irish Economy since 1920 (Manchester, 1997), p. 4.
15
Quoted in ibid., p. 25.
16
See Hugh Seton-Watson, 'Old and new nations', in Hutchinson and Smith, Nationalism, pp. 134–7 at p. 137.
17
John Redmond, 4 September 1907, reproduced in R. Barry O'Brien (ed.), Home Rule Speeches of John Redmond, MP (London, 1910), pp. 337–8.
18
Quoted in Frank O'Connor, The Big Fellow (Dublin, 1965), p. 6.
19
Kennedy, Colonialism, Religion and Nationalism, p. 170.
20
Ó Gráda, A Rocky Road, p. 35.
21
Donald Harman Akensen, Small Differences: Irish Catholics and Irish Protestants 1815–1922 (Dublin, 1988), pp. 15–41.
22
Greenfeld, 'Types of European nationalism', pp. 169–70.
23
Miroslav Hroch, 'Nationalism and national movements: comparing the past and present of central and eastern Europe', Nations and Nationalism 2(1) (1996), 35–44 at p. 38.

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