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History and Ideology of the Great Irish Famine
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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. The great Hunger in Ireland: Ideologies and Interpretations
3. A State of Degradation The Pre-Famine Ireland-- The Political background, Dispossession and Disunity: Union and Discord: The Pre famine Economy: Poverty, Population and Poor relief
4. Rotten Potatoes and the Politics of relief: Pre Famine Famines: Potatoes and the Coming of the blight: Peel and Politics of repeal: The Provision of relief
5. Putrefying vegetation and Queens Pay: Party Politics and the Triumph of Ideology: The 'Male Roads' and Queens Pay': Food Supplies and Food Exports: Food Shortages and Famine Elsewhere
6. Black 47: The crisis of Starvation: Soup or Starvation: Private Philanthropy
7. The Expatriation of a People: Property Supporting Poverty: The Impact of Famine: The Press and Public opinion
8. A Policy of Extermination: The prodigal Son: The Army of beggars: The flight form Ireland. Emigration: the Cost of Famine
Epilogue: The Famine Killed Everything

About the Author

Christine Kinealy is a lecturer in history at the University of Central Lancashire. She is the author of The Great Calamity: The Irish Famine, 1845-52 (Roberts Reinhart, 1994) and The Hidden Famine (Pluto Press, 2000). She has written for History Ireland and the New York-based Irish Echo.

Reviews

'A very gripping and readable account ... Anyone interested in finding out more about what really happened during 'The Great Hunger' in Ireland should read this book' -- News Line
'One of the outstanding historians of modern Ireland ... Anyone who wants to understand the making of modern Ireland should read Kinealy's book' -- Irish Democrat
'Tremendous ... An invaluable addition to that small collection of books which help us look at ourselves through our own eyes, giving us the right to feel hurt and angry, a right taken away from us, and which still, sadly, has to be fought for' -- Andersonstown News

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