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The Re-Conquest of Ireland
First published 1915.
Checked against the edition published by New Books, Dublin 1972.
Transcribed and marked up by Einde O’Callaghan for the Marxists’ Internet Archive.
This pamphlet, written as an introduction to the initially still-born Irish Labour Party, is, to be quite honest, not one of Connolly’s best pieces of writing. It does, however, contain a wealth of valuable information about social conditions in Ireland on the eve of the First World War.
I. The Conquest of Ireland
II. Ulster and the Conquest
III. Dublin in the Twentieth Century
IV. Labour in Dublin
V. Belfast and Its Problems
VII. Schools and Scholars of Erin
VIII. Labour and Co-operation in Ireland
IX. Re-Conquest – A Summing Up
I. The Protestant View
II. Report of Dublin Housing Commission (1914)
III. To the Masters of Dublin – An Open Letter
by George W. Russell (A.E.)
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