The last years of Dublin Castle : the administration of Ireland 1890-1921
The most significant thing about the finding of the Royal Commission on the Rebellion in 1916 that the Irish administrative structure was 'anomalous in quiet times and almost unworkable in times of crisis' was the equanimity with which it was greeted. The defectiveness of the existing structure was widely recognised. There was less agreement about the causes of that defectiveness or how they might be remedied. The main feature which distinguished the administration of Ireland from that of...[Show more]
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