Professor diarmaid ferriters ambiguous republic ireland in the 1970s is one such book in reading this excellent study besides being struck by the many parallels made apparent between the political and economic state of the republic of ireland in the 1970s and in the second decade of the 21st century one is struck by the sense that the . The french historian franois simiand once admonished historians not to forecast the weather from your back garden warning against the tendency to seek for explanations in the local and immediate environment and the analysis of internal processes this may be particularly true when it comes . Diarmaid ferriter is one of irelands best known historians and is professor of modern irish history at ucd his books include the transformation of ireland 1900 2000 2004 judging dev a reassessment of the life and legacy of eamon de valera 2007 occasions of sin sex and society in modern ireland 2009 and ambiguous republic ireland in the 1970s 2012. Ambiguous republic has 20 ratings and 1 review margaret said another amazing book from one of irelands most popular historians im a massive fan off. The seeds of modern ireland were sown in the 1970s a decade of upheaval 1970s ireland when old ideas met new affluence ambiguous republic ireland in the 1970s published by profile
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