Ulster under Home Rule: A Study of the Political and Economic Problems of Northern Ireland

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INDEX
Abercorn, Duke of, 34 n.
Agrarian agitation, xvi, xx, 8, 57
Agriculture: Acts of 1924-33, 139 -- and food-processing industries, 148-9 government assistance to, 138et seq. Livestock Breeding Act, 1922, 139 Marketing Act (N.I.), 1933, 139 mechanisation, 99-100 numbers employed, 97-9 organisation of, 12, 98-100 total income from, 100 volume of production and exports, 142-3
Amery, L. S., 184 n., 185
Andrews, J. M., xxiii
Anglo-Scottish Union of 1603, xiii
Anti-Partition: -- League, 70-1 -- Parties, 60
Antrim, ix, xiv, 2, 7, 9, 45
Armagh, ix, xiv, 2, 6, 7, 45
Armed forces in Ulster, 83et seq., 202-3
Attlee, C. R., 66, 203
Banking Policy, 160
Baldwin, Stanley, 26
Bases in Northern Ireland: future needs for, 88-90 war of 1914-18, 81-2 war of 1939-45, 82et seq.
Beckett, J. C., 6
Belfast, xviii, xix, 20, 45, 57, 65, 70
Beveridge, Lord, 190
Border, ix, xx, xxii and Boundary Commission of 1925, 25-6 and minority, 204 See also Partition
Boyne, Battle of the, xviii, 7, 10, 81
Brookeborough, Lord, xxiii, 64
Browne, Dr. Noel, 58 n.
Campbell, T. J., K.C., 70
Canadian forces in Northern Ireland, 84
Capital: and financial institutions, 168-9 shortage of in industry, 150et seq. Ulster as exporter of, 151-7, 168
Capital Grants to Industry Act, 65
Carson, Sir Edward, 21, 22, 59
Cavan, ix, xiv, 1, 6
Celts, 4-5
Celtic law, 42-3
Census of Production, 1935, 110
Chamberlain, Joseph, 19, 20, 183
Chester, D. N.185 n.
Church of Ireland, 9, 12 disestablishment of, xx, 8 revenues of, 18
Churchill, Sir Winston, 83, 185
Civil disabilities of Catholics and Dissenters, xvi-xvii, 8
Colwyn Committee and formula, 40, 63, 127, 134, 213
Commonwealth Labour Party, xxii, 72
Communism, 73
Companies: predominance of family businesses, 12, 67 public and private, 130, 154-6
Constitutional history, 15-22
Cost of living, 109
Costello, J. A., 205
Cotton Spinning (Re-Equipment Subsidy) Act, 1948, 157
Craigavon, Lord, xxiii, 36, 59, 60, 62
Crewe, Lord, 21
De Valera, Eamonn, 203 n., 205
Development Areas, 62, 92, 162-3
Development of new industries, 144et seq.
Devlin, Joseph, 70
Devolution, xxii assessment of, 51-4, 76-8, 95et seq., 158et seq., 183et seq., 210-11 "functional", 167 and federalism, 164-5, 167-8 Speaker's Conference on, 184
Donegal, ix, 1, 6
Down, ix, xiv, 2, 7, 9
Duggan, Dr G. C., 66 n.
Dublin Castle, 37, 186-7, 190
Dublin Rebellion of 1916, 22
Economic classes, 12-13
Education, 74-5, 190-3, 214, 223

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