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On Easter Monday in April of 1916, two thousand men calling themselves the Irish Volunteers along with a Citizen Army of 200 staged an armed rebellion in Dublin and proclaimed a republic. This is mainly out of respect for the dead person. It could be argued that this absence is a function of his methodology. is not a newspaper history, and that it approaches newspapers primarily as a 'cultural product' (p. 28). However, with this population explosion came an increased demand for land.

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Publisher: Virago UK (February 1, 2005)

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