The United Irish League of America (UILA), Clan na Gael and The Cloven Foot By Tony King Established in New York on 4 December 1901, the United Irish League of […]

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(including Covenanters & Seceders) By Fiona Fitzsimons Historically, Irish dissent was dominated by Presbyterianism. Even before the Confederate Wars of the 1640s Presbyterianism had set down deep roots in Ireland. […]

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Revered as a saint in India, more effort has gone into honouring her memory than understanding her. By Malachi O’Doherty Margaret Noble, or Sister Nivedita, was a far more complex […]

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As racism rears its head in the 21st century, an account of the efforts of one Irishman in the fight against slavery in the nineteenth century is timely. By Anne […]

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The National Volunteer movementwas the largest paramilitary force in Ireland in the autumn of 1914, numbering an estimated 158,360 men.What happened to it? By Shane Brown In 1972 Robert Kee […]

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