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Censorship in the two Irelands, 1922-39
Beginning with the history of censorship under British rule and during the Irish Revolution, the book shows how the new states built on that legacy. It examines all forms of censorship in the period: political, film, literature, radio and theatre, and puts them into an international context showing how the two Irelands at some times resembled other jurisdictions but also created their own unique legacies of repression. This is the story of how a Unionist government treated Nationalist dissent, IRA propaganda and labour organisations. It compares Northern repression of these groups to southern actions against the IRA and Irish communists. It also tells how the two states reacted to foreign culture in cinema and literature.--Source other than Library of Congress.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -245) and index.
|LC Classifications||Z658.I73 M37 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 256 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
|ISBN 10||0716533383, 0716528290|
|LC Control Number||2006299184|
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Ireland's history of censorship, almost exclusively of its own making, is a familiar topic in Ireland, so familiar that the government now publishes critiques of its own censorship. Carlson covers that history in a concise introduction, a useful bibliography, and appendixes of historically significant : Hardcover.
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