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The Framework of Home Rule

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Published: 1911
Language: English
Wordcount: 135,115 / 431 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 42.6
LoC Category: J
Downloads: 969
Added to site: 2005.02.18
mnybks.net#: 9639
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Politics

"This is the ablest and most clear-sighted book that has ever come from any English writer on the subject of Home Rule. It is at once bold and practical, careful in its study of human nature, and daring in its faith in human nature's possibilities. It is certain that 'The Framework of Home Rule' will impress and influence every intelligent man who reads it."óDaily News.

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l creeds on a basis of common endeavour for their own economic and spiritual salvation; who find their work checked in a thousand ways by the perpetual maintenance of a seemingly barren and sentimental agitation; who distrust both the parties to this agitation; but who are reluctant to accept the view that, without the satisfaction of the national claim, and without the national responsibility thereby conferred, their own aims can never be fully attained. I should be happy indeed if I could do even a little towards persuading some of these men that they mistake cause and effect; misinterpret what they resent; misjudge where they distrust, and in standing aloof from the battle for legislative autonomy, unconsciously concede a point--disinterested, constructive optimists as they are--to the interested and destructive pessimism which, from Clare's savage insults to Mr. Walter Long's contemptuous patronage, has always lain at the root of British policy towards Ireland.

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