3 edition of Ireland in the New Century found in the catalog.
August 9, 2007
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||204|
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The Irish question in Ireland. The influence of politics upon the Irish mind. The influence of religion upon secular life in Ireland. Ireland in the New Century book A practical view of Irish education.
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Theoretical --The English misunderstanding --The Irish question in Ireland --The influence of politics upon the Irish mind --The influence of religion upon secular life in Ireland --A practical view of Irish education --Through thought to action --Practical --The new movement: its foundation on self-help --The recess committee --A new departure.
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