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|Title:||The Ideology of Large Landowners in Late Eighteenth Century Ireland|
|Abstract:||<p>The ideology of the Anglo-Irish landlords in Ireland at the end of the eighteenth century is examined using a structural approach and placed in the context of class conflict and changing class alliances. It was found that the formulation of ideology was influenced by the landlords' desire to maintain existing class relationships and by their desire to gain greater control over Ireland's economic and political developments while remaining within the British social formation.</p>|
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