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The Irish are often put forward as an instance of a postcolonial European people, and indeed many African writers have been inspired by Irish ones for that reason. The explanation for the unusual nature of the Lords goes back to the beginning of this essay: the British political system has evolved very slowly and peacefully and it is not totally logical or democratic. This website uses cookies to improve user experience. Let schoolmasters puzzle their brain, Gives genius a better discerning.

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