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The Irish people and the Irish land
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The Irish People and the Irish Land: A Letter to Lord Lifford; With Comments on the Publications of Lord Dufferin and Lord Rosse (Classic Reprint)Author: Isaac Butt.
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Henry George recognized this fact through his involvement in the Irish Land League movement in America, and during a period spent as a correspondent writing from Ireland.
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