The Revolts of the Rural Working Class before The Famine

Sean Moraghan


Irish labour history extends backwards in time well beyond the totemic events and figures of 1913. The Irish working class, historically, was firstly a rural rather than  an urban group, and it had a history of militancy that lasted for almost a hundred years before the Famine (1845-49).

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