Practice Imperfect

Practice Imperfect

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March 3, 2012
 

In Mike Cronin’s book A History of Ireland, we see how over the last eight centuries the Irish learned to experiment with and master the tools of decolonization. As Britain’s first colony, the methods of domination used elsewhere in its future empire were also learned there, and combined, these lessons as detailed by author Cronin are useful in understanding decolonizing challenges we face today. It’s also a very interesting book.

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