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Kerswill notes two contrasting tendencies at work. One reason for this might be that the scale of death in the five days of fighting in Dublin- 447 people killed and 2,585 wounded (of whom 252 killed and 2,217 wounded were civilians) – was much greater than in any other single incident in the Irish revolution, dwarfing the events on North King Street. Britain is now branded as the only civilized nation which would permit her subjects to perish of famine, without making a national effort to supply them with food.” – “The Famine in the Land,” The Dublin University Magazine, April 1847 “The Almighty, indeed, sent the potato blight, but the English created the Famine…and a million and a half men, women and children were carefully, prudently and peacefully slain by the English government.“ — John Mitchel “…It is a frightful document against ourselves…one of the most melancholy stories in the whole world of insolence, rapine, brutal, endless slaughter and persecution on the part of the English master…There is no crime ever invented by eastern or western barbarians, no torture or Roman persecution or Spanish Inquisition, no tyranny of Nero or Alva but can be matched in the history of England in Ireland.” (Metress, 2) A famine did not truly exist.
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Neil Jordan’s reputation as Ireland’s most prominent filmmaker has overshadowed his superb fiction. Paula Meehan was born in 1955 and raised in two famous working-class districts of Dublin, before graduating from Trinity College and Eastern Washington University. Perhaps that is just due to it’s fame, and due the fact that it’s the second biggest county/city in the Republic by population. One tends to find unicameral legislatures in smaller nations such as Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Greece, Israel and New Zealand, although China and Iran are two larger nations with a single legislative chamber (but neither of these countries is a democracy).
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The process of assimilating has also been facilitated by the great migration in recent decades of the Irish from their ethnic enclaves in the cities to the suburbs and rural regions. This was an organization that supported withdrawing Irish members from the British Parliament and setting up and Irish Parliament along with abandoning constitutional methods of bringing about the repeal of the 1800 Act of Union.