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Addresses the Catholic professional class educated in secondary schools run by religious orders. This book shows that the Gaelic Revival would not inevitably lead to separatism; it could also be deployed in the service of an aggressively reinvented less deferential 'Catholic Whig' politics.
D.P. MORAN David Patrick Moran (1869-1936), son of a Waterford businessmen, became a London journalist in 1887. He later returned to Ireland and from 1900 until his death he owned an edited the Leader, a weekly paper noted for its caustic commentary on public affairs. PATRICK MAUME Patrick Maume is a researcher with the Dictionary of Irish Biography, and the author of The Long Gestation: Irish Nationalist Life, 1891-1918 (Dublin, 1999). He has edited several titles in the Classics of Irish History series.