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But like the Young Irelanders of 1848, the Fenians suffered from poor organization, a lack of weapons, and constant British spying. But violence once again erupted, this time among the Irish themselves, between those demanding full independence from Britain and those willing to accept inclusion in the Commonwealth (dominion status). First-generation immigrant playwrights such as Michael Abbensetts and Mustapha Matura established reputations in the 1970’s. At the same time, men had more opportunity for social and linguistic intercourse with a wider range of people.

Pages: 214

Publisher: Serpent's Tail (December 1, 2008)

ISBN: 1852429852

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