The Political, Social And Cultural Transformation Of Ireland In The Seventeenth And Eighteenth Centuries Constituted ‘A World Turned Upside Down’

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Because the New English’ way of living – the English language, their clothes, the Protestant religion etc – was in their eyes superior, especially compared with the Gaelic Irish’ way of living – the Gaelic language, their clothes and the Roman Catholic religion – it was crucial and an important strategy for them to transform these habits and thus to civilize the “barbaric” Irish...
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Because the New English’ way of living – the English language, their clothes, the Protestant religion etc – was in their eyes superior, especially compared with the Gaelic Irish’ way of living – the Gaelic language, their clothes and the Roman Catholic religion – it was crucial and an important strategy for them to transform these habits and thus to civilize the “barbaric” Irish...
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