Ireland

Irish Policy from 1865 to 1900 (roughly)

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  • Ireland
    • Background to Ireland
      • Protestant ascendancy
      • Catholic association
      • Irish Potato Famine
        • Mass immigration
      • 3 Fs
      • Fenian
      • Tithes to Anglican  church
      • 90% catholic
    • Policy after 1865
      • Liberals
        • 1817 Universities Test Act
        • 1872 Ballot Act
        • 1869 Irish Church Act
        • 1870 First Irish Land Act
          • Bessborough commission set up during 2nd ministry to investigate 1st land act
        • 1880 Second Irish Land Act
        • Coercion
        • Kilmainham treaty
        • 2 Failed Home Rule Bills (1886, 1893)
      • Conservative
        • Coercion
        • 1887: 3rd Irish Land Act (Balfour)
        • 1887: Crimes Act
        • 1891: 33M set aside for tenants to have loans
        • 1891: congested districts board
    • Main grievances in Ireland
      • Religious
      • Political
      • Land
    • Historical debate
      • Hamer: home rule was used to reassert power over liberal party
      • Matthews: Home Rule was a long term political solution to pacify the Irish
      • Lyons: Home Rule was a Christian solution
      • Tanner:Irish Policy was Lead by Gladstone's principles
      • Feuchtwanger: Gladstone used Ireland to unite the party, but misjudged it
      • Randolph Churchill: 'old man in a hurry' on home rule
    • Key Groups in Ireland
      • Fenian
      • Land League
      • Parnell
      • Protestant Land Owners
      • Home Rulers

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