For an economic interpretation see E. Strauss, Irish Nationalism and British Democracy (1951); for an opposing political interpretation see N. Mansergh, The Irish Question, 1840–1921 (rev. ed. 1965). See also W. K. Hancock, Survey of British Commonwealth Affairs (2 vol., 1937–42; repr. 1964); A. T. O. Stewart, The Ulster Crisis (1967); D. Thornley, Isaac Butt and Home Rule (1964, repr. 1976).
Sections in this article:
- Origins of the Home Rule Movement
- The First Home Rule Bill
- The Second Home Rule Bill
- The Third Home Rule Bill
- The Irish Free State and the Fourth Home Rule Bill
- Home Rule in Contemporary Northern Ireland
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