‘Modern Irish Nationalism: Ideology, Policymaking, and Path-Dependent Change’

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    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe Challenges of Ethno-Nationalism: Case Studies in Identity Politics
    Pages177-190
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    McGrattan, C. (2010). ‘Modern Irish Nationalism: Ideology, Policymaking, and Path-Dependent Change’. In The Challenges of Ethno-Nationalism: Case Studies in Identity Politics (pp. 177-190)
    McGrattan, Cillian. / ‘Modern Irish Nationalism: Ideology, Policymaking, and Path-Dependent Change’. The Challenges of Ethno-Nationalism: Case Studies in Identity Politics. 2010. pp. 177-190
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