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|Title||Irish Federalism. Its Meaning, Its Objects, and Its Hopes|
|Section||Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007|
|Topics||Home Rule, The Irish Home Rule League, 'The Question Stated' (pp13-19), 'Irish Parliament before the Union' (pp20-27), 'Constitution and Powers of the Imperial Parliament' (pp27-34), 'Constitution and Powers of the Irish Parliament' (pp34-37), 'Powers of the Irish Parliament' (pp37-40), 'A General View of a Federal Constitution' (pp40-41), 'Failure of the Union Scheme' (pp42-45), 'Disgrace and Danger to England in the Present State of Things' (pp45-48), 'The Mode of doing Irish Business in the United Parliament' (pp49-52), 'The Destiny of Ireland' (pp57-65), Appendix (pp66-68)|
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