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I 0 3 - i 3 at p. i i i . 8 Liah Greenfeld, 'Types of European nationalism', in Hutchinson and Smith, Nationalism,pp. i65—7i at pp. i 7 1 - 2 . 9 Quoted in D. George Boyce, Nationalism in Ireland (3rd edn, London, 995), p. 22. 10 Kennedy, Colonialism,Religion andNationalism,p. 34. 11 Mary E. Daly, Industrial Development and Irish National Identity igss-igjg (Dublin, 993), p. 12 Though she implicitly modifies her position in Mary E. Daly, 'Integration or diversity? J. ), Kingdoms United? Great Britain and Ireland since i$oo: Integration and Diversity (Dublin, 999), pp.
The polarity of material contradictions therefore ran parallel to differences of nationality and as a result of this conflicts of inter est were articulated not (or not only) at the social and political level appropriate to them but at the level of national categories and demands. 24 The situation in Ireland in the nineteenth century conforms to cases of peasants belonging to the non-dominant ethnic group and landlords to the dominant nation, of an ethnic differentiation between the 'centre', that is England, and 'province', that is Ireland, and where a substantial section of the new intelligentsia (he uses the term 'academics') belong to the non-dominant group and the old elites stem from the ruling nation.
16 See Hugh Seton-Watson, 'Old and new nations', in Hutchinson and Smith, Nationalism,pp. i34—7 at p. i37. 17 John Redmond, 4 September i 9 ° 7 , reproduced in R. ), Home Rule Speeches ofJohn Redmond,MP (London, i 9 i o ) , pp. 3 3 7 - 8 . 18 Quoted in Frank O'Connor, The Big Fellow (Dublin, ^ 6 5 ) , p. 6. 19 Kennedy, Colonialism,Religion andNationalism,p. i 7 ° . 20 O Grada, A Rocky Road,p. 35. 21 Donald Harman Akensen, Small Differences: Irish Catholics and Irish Protestants iSi^-igss (Dublin, i988), pp.