By Alice Teichova, Herbert Matis, Jaroslav Pátek
There could be doubtless concerning the enduring importance and the vast historic impression of the nationwide query, but its monetary measurement has been little tested. This quantity bargains with the nationwide query within the gentle of financial switch within the twentieth-century, and comprises twenty experiences by way of a workforce of distinctive authors on international locations and nationalities spanning Europe from eire to Russia and from Greece to Estonia. the amount will relief our figuring out of the trendy nationwide query opposed to the altering financial, social and political historical past.
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I75. Quoted in Moynihan, Speeches and Statements by Eamon de Valera,p. 131. , p. 153. , p. 189. Rumpf and Hepburn, Nationalism and Socialism,p. 174. , p. 175. , p. 203. J. Lee, Ireland, 1912-85 (Cambridge, 1989), p. 184. Johnson, The Interwar Economy,p. 27; Lee, Ireland, i9i2-8$,pp. 1 8 5 - 7 . ', p. i78. See, Deirdre McMahon, Republicans and Imperialists: Anglo-Irish Relations in the i93°s (New Haven and London, 1984), pp. 2 3 7 - 8 4 ; Paul Canning, British Policy Towards Ireland i92i-i9^i (Oxford, 1983), pp.
This conforms to Liam Kennedy's proposi tion. But there is, to be sure, some cost. The core-periphery conundrum has not disappeared but been moved. Power has shifted, in part, from London to Brussels. Within southern Ireland Dublin has been more, not less, the economic hub. If the axis and contour of economic nationalism has shifted during the twentieth century, there is little in the Irish example to uphold Hobsbawm's thesis that the force of nationalism is in terminal decline at the close of the millennium.
It led to the virtually exclusive use of French by many provincial and local authorities, law courts and educational institutions, although they were in theory free to choose which language they wanted to use. T h e only exceptions to this general picture were the municipal administrations of small towns and villages located at a certain distance from Brussels and the linguistic border. They continued to use Dutch until well into the second half of the nineteenth century. How can the rapid Frenchification of public life in Flanders during the early Belgian period be explained?
Economic Change and the National Question in Twentieth-Century Europe by Alice Teichova, Herbert Matis, Jaroslav Pátek