The idea of Britain has been understood largely in terms of
sectarian conflict and state formation, whereas emigration has most
often been explored in terms of economic and social history. This
book explores the relationship between two subjects normally
studied in isolation, and includes emigration from Ireland as a
social phenomenon which cannot be understood in isolation from
modern British History, as well as the impact of British emigration
on the ethos and identity of the British Empire at its zenith at
the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
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