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Bryan Fanning

to periodically update the precise nature of the conspiracies of moral corruption against the Catholic nation of which Jews were accused. For example, in 1919 the Bishop of Limerick, Denis Hallinan, blamed Parisian Jews ‘bitterly opposed to Christianity’ for promoting indecent fashions in women’s clothing. After 1922 Irish Catholicism became intertwined with an isolationist nationalism to generally oppose outside influences on Irish society. The promotion of conservative social values and hostility to social change at times became bound up with expressions of

in Racism and social change in the Republic of Ireland
Negotiating religious selfhoods in post-1945 England
Barry Hazley

), chs 5–8; J. Whyte , Church and State in Modern Ireland, 1923–1970 ( Dublin , 1971 ). 11 On change in the Irish context, see L. Fuller , Irish Catholicism since 1950. The Undoing of a Culture ( Dublin , 2002 ), esp. chs 3–6; B. Girvin , ‘ Church, State and Society in Ireland since 1960 ’, Eire-Ireland 43 : 1 ( 2008 ), 74 – 98 , and B. Girvin , ‘ Contraception, Moral Panic and Social Change in Ireland, 1969–79 ’, Irish Political Studies 23 : 4 ( 2008 ), 555 – 576 . For the English debates see Brown, The Death of Christian Britain ; J

in Life history and the Irish migrant experience in post-war England