Readership: Scholars and students of modern Irish history and politics.
Michael Wheatley, Visiting Research Fellow, Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University, Belfast
"an astute and intimate profile of provincial nationalism...a remarkably rich and colourful account of the working of constitutionalism in its last years of supremacy." - David Fitzpatrick, English Historical Review
"Nationalism and the Irish Party presents strong and stimulating central arguments, backed up with very thorough local research." - Peter Hart, Irish Studies Review
"This is an ambitious and original book ... Wheatley's work is innovative in its methodology ... this is an impressive and well-written book that will become essential reading for anyone interested in Irish society before the revolution." - Fergus Campbell, Reviews in History
2: The Waning of Popular Politics
3: 'Still Flourishing More or Less' - Organizations, Societies, and Clubs
4: Nationalist Political Language - New Hopes or Old Hatred?
5: 'The Inner Wheels which are Working in the County' - Localism in Roscommon
6: Laurence Ginnell's Revolt
7: The Aldermen, the AOH, and Labour in Sligo Town
8: 1910-13: Before the Home Rule Crisis
9: Crisis and Volunteering
10: War, Takeover, and Dissent
11: 'Ireland in is a Profound State of Peace' - Before the Rising