The enormous public interest in the commemorations of the 1916 Rising demonstrates that the events that founded the modern Irish state have a deep public resonance one hundred years later.
That this is a surprise to some people – and an unwelcome one in some quarters – shows how they misunderstand the deep well of public reverence for the men and women of 1916.
Despite changes in intellectual sentiment and fashion, the public has always appreciated the...
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