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Titel: The Soul of Ireland. Issues of Society, ...
Verlag: The Liffey Press, Raheny
Einband: Original Softcover.
Raheny, The Liffey Press, 2006. 18 x 24 cm. XVI, 252 pages. Original Softcover. Very good condition with minor signs of external wear. Contains among others the following chapters: The Soul of Ireland is in Good Shape (Brian Cowen); The Sixth Annual John Hume Lecture: Facing up to the Future (Peter Hain); What is Community? (Harry Bohan); Getting Rid of the Bad - Retaining the Good (Marian Harkin) etc. Sprache: English Very good condition with minor signs of external wear. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 3017BB
Inhaltsangabe: Bringing together 37 leading public figures in Ireland, North and South, The Soul of Ireland addresses issues such as wealth distribution, the Proclamation of 1916, falling attendance at churches, the role of religion in Ireland, immigration, the survival of the Irish language, the GAA, and the reconciliation of the Orange and Green in Northern Ireland. The book looks at what is happening to society in Ireland in the first decade of the new millennium , and at the threats to its culture and identity.
Über den Autor: Joe Mulholland is the Director of the MacGill Summer School and formerly held several senior positions at RTE.
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