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The Plan of Campaign was a stratagem adopted in Ireland between 1886 and 1891, co-ordinated by Irish politicians for the benefit of tenant farmers, against mainly absentee and rack-rent landlords. It was launched to counter agricultural distress caused by the continual depression in prices of dairy products and cattle from the mid-1870s, which left many tenants in arrears with rent. Bad weather in 1885 and 1886 also caused crop failure, making it harder to pay rents.
Geary, Laurence, The Plan of Campaign, 1886–1891 (Cork, 1986). Ireland since 1800: Conflict and conformity (London, 1989). Cite this chapter as: Casey B. (2018) The Era of the Plan of Campaign, 1886–1891. In: Class and Community in Provincial Ireland, 1851–1914. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.
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Between 1906 and 1909, smallholders seeking more land launched the Ranch War, demanding the sale of untenanted land owned by landlords and the breakup of large grazing farms. Opponents of ranching highlighted the fact that many ranches had been created after the famine from land formerly tilled by evicted smallholders. Organized by the United Irish League and Laurence.
Plan of CampaignThe Plan of Campaign was the second of three phases of land agitation that occurred in Ireland between 1879 and 1903. Geary, Laurence M. The Plan of Campaign, 1886–1891. The Roman Catholic Church and the Plan ofCampaign, 1886–1888. Like the Land League before it, the Plan of Campaign was a reaction to falling agricultural production and prices that made it difficult for many tenant farmers to pay their customary rents. Source for information on Plan of Campaign: Encyclopedia of Irish History and Culture dictionary. Lyons, F. S. L. "John Dillon and the Plan of Campaign, 1886–1890.
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Centenaries increasingly stimulate historians and publishers into action also, but the two major new studies of the home-rule ‘episode’ from Gill and Macmillan take a pessimistic, even jaundiced view of the 1886 scheme as unworkable, and incapable of satisfying Irish nationalists, much less unionists. 6 The Plan of Campaign, 1886–1891.