The Long Dry

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D’Monté, Rebecca and Graham Saunders eds. Terms like "British," "English," or "Irish" here begin to transcend ethnic origin or significance, but instead are geographical terms with local rather than "cultural" extensions and implications. Peel reasoned that the only way to relieve the hunger in Ireland was to increase the supply of food. The BIMM Institute offers a range of level 3 Diploma qualifications regulated by Edexcel and Rockschool. Ireland still functioned as a basic barter economy—few hands exchanged money and the peasant population relied on their potato crops, which had failed.

Pages: 119

Publisher: Parthian Books (October 30, 2007)

ISBN: 190263893X

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