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xiii, 235 pages ; 22 cm.
  • 1. The Rise of Fianna Fail and the Failure of the Constitution of the Irish Free State 2. Advancing the Republican Project 3. The Abdication of King Edward VIII. 4. Constitutional Drafting and Contemporary Debates 5. The Reception of the Irish Constitution: May-July 1937 6. Aftermath.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319762364 20180903
The first of two volumes, this book examines constitutionalism in Ireland in the 1930s. Donal K. Coffey places the document and its drafters in the context of a turbulent decade for the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth, and Europe. He considers a series of key issues leading up to its drafting, including the failure of the 1922 Constitution, the rise of nationalism in the 1920s and 1930s, and the abdication of Edward VIII. He sketches the drafting process, examines the roles of individual drafters and their intellectual influences, and considers the Constitution's public reception, both domestically and internationally. This book illuminates a critical moment in Irish history and the confluence of national, Commonwealth, and international influences that gave rise to it, for scholars of Irish history as well as of legal, constitutional, and Commonwealth history more broadly.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319762364 20180903
Green Library
Book
xiii, 235 pages ; 22 cm.
  • The rise of Fianna Fáil and the failure of the Constitution of the Irish Free State
  • Advancing the republican project
  • The abdication of King Edward VIII
  • Constitutional drafting and contemporary debates
  • The reception of the Irish Constitution : May-July 1937
  • Aftermath.
The first of two volumes, this book examines constitutionalism in Ireland in the 1930s. Donal K. Coffey places the document and its drafters in the context of a turbulent decade for the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth, and Europe. He considers a series of key issues leading up to its drafting, including the failure of the 1922 Constitution, the rise of nationalism in the 1920s and 1930s, and the abdication of Edward VIII. He sketches the drafting process, examines the roles of individual drafters and their intellectual influences, and considers the Constitution's public reception, both domestically and internationally. This book illuminates a critical moment in Irish history and the confluence of national, Commonwealth, and international influences that gave rise to it, for scholars of Irish history as well as of legal, constitutional, and Commonwealth history more broadly.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319762364 20180813
Law Library (Crown)
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xiv, 272 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction / Niamh and Kevin Costello
  • Marriage breakdown in Ireland, c. 1660-1857 / Mary O'Dowd
  • The comeback of the Medieval marriage per verba de praesenti in nineteenth century bigamy cases / Maebh Harding
  • The action for breach of promise of marriage in nineteenth-century Ireland / Michael Sinnott
  • Married women's property in Ireland, 1800-1900 / Kevin Costello
  • Adultery in the courts : damages for criminal conversation in Ireland / Niamh Howlin
  • 'Divorce Irish style' : marriage dissolution in Ireland, 1850-1950 / Diane Urquhart
  • Class, criminality and marriage breakdown in post-independence Ireland / Deirdre McGowan
  • 'Behind closed doors' : society, law and familial violence in Ireland, 1922-1990 / Lindsey Earner-Byrne
  • Murder in the Irish family, 1930-1945 / Karen Brennan
  • Interrogating the charge of concealment of birth in nineteenth-century Irish courts / Elaine Farrell
  • The fate of the 'illegitimate' child : an analysis of Irish social policy, 1750-1952 / Simone McCaughren and Fred Powell
  • Embedding the family in the Irish Constitution / Thomas Mohr.
"[This book is a] multi-disciplinary study [that] considers the intersection between law and family life in Ireland from the early nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century. Setting the law in its wider social historical context it traces marriage from its formation through to its breakdown. It considers the impact of the law on such issues as adultery, divorce, broken engagements, marriage settlements, pregnancy, adoption, property, domestic violence, concealment of birth and inter-family homicide, as well as the historical origins of the Constitutional protection of the family. An underlying theme is the way in which the law of the family in Ireland differed from the law of the family in England."-- Back cover.
Law Library (Crown)

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