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Ideology and the Irish QuestionUlster Unionism and Irish Nationalism 1912–1916$
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Paul Bew

Print publication date: 1998

Print ISBN-13: 9780198207085

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198207085.001.0001

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. The Project of ‘Redmondism’: Articulation and Collapse

. The Project of ‘Redmondism’: Articulation and Collapse

(p.118) 6. The Project of ‘Redmondism’: Articulation and Collapse
Ideology and the Irish Question

Paul Bew

Oxford University Press

This chapter discusses issues associated with the project of Redmondism in Ireland. After the outbreak of the war, the rules of the game of the leaderships of the two principal factions were immediately changed. The Irish unionist leadership became inhibited, feeling that they had lost their freedom of action. They also believed that the government would launch new attempts to placate John Redmond on the home rule issue. However, Redmond was very firm on his instance on the Home Rule Bill being placed upon the statute book.

Keywords:   Redmondism, Ireland, Irish unionist, home rule crisis, Home Rule Bill

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