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The Making of the Eighteenth-century Irish Constit

The Making of the Eighteenth-century Irish Constit

by Charles Ivar McGrath

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Through the use of previously untapped primary source material, McGrath (humanities, National University of Ireland) discusses the changes resulting from the "Glorious Revolution" and the Irish war of 1689-1691. The central theme is the role that the raising of public revenue played in the development of a new constitutional framework for the government and Protestant political nation in Ireland. The relationship between the executive and the emerging Parliament is highlighted. An appendix features the revenue accounts. Distributed by ISBS. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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