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The Interwar Economy in Ireland

The Interwar Economy in Ireland

David Johnson. General Editors: P. Roebuck, D. Dickson

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Studies in Irish Economic and Social History (Vol 4). Rare book. Last copy.

The last years of the Union were a period of great prosperity for Ireland.

After 1920-21 therefore, irish governments, north and south, had high hopes for the further development of their respective economies.

These were largely dashed. This book tries to explain why this was so.

What were the economic effects of partition?

How was Ireland affected by trends within the international economy?

How far, despite the underlying difficulties, was there social progress in both parts of the island?

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Author David Johnson. General Editors: P. Roebuck, D. Dickson
Publisher Dundalgan
Publication date 1 Jan 1989
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 790291304

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