Ireland has seen many acts of violent protest. From the urban riots against new taxes in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, the streets of Ireland have long been a forum for popular insurrection. Covering nearly 450 years of protest, this is the story of an anarchic Ireland, including the tithe riots of the 1830s, riots in Limerick throughout the 19th century and the reaction of the forces of the State to 21st Century protestors.
Riotous Assemblies - Rebels, Riots & Revolts in Ireland
- Product Code: Edited by William Sheehan & Maura Cronin
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