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Revisionism has been an important issue in Irish history for seve years, as more or less partisan accounts of the Irish past have been rewritten and "rescued" by journalists and historians of different political persuasions. This text brings together distinguished historians from Ireland. Each contributor tackles a key question, issue or event in Irish history and examines its historiography, assessess the context of new interpretations, considers the strengths and weaknesses of revisionist ideas and offers their own interpretation. The introduction outlines the history of the revisionist controversy and places Ireland within a historical and contemporary context.
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May 2nd, 1996
Edited by Alan O'Day
Edited by D.George Boyce
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