The Irish Catholics of Manchester and Salford : aspects of their religious and political history, 1890-1939

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Fielding, Steven;
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The purpose of this thesis was to highlight an aspect of the\ud heterogeneous character of working class culture. To this end, it\ud investigated the Irish Catholic population of Manchester and\ud Salford, two cities not normally associated with sectarianism, in\ud the ... View more
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