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The book has an active table of contents for easy access to each chapter of the following titles:1. England and Ireland – John Stuart Mill2. Ireland – John Stuart Mill3. What Is To Be Done With Ireland? – John Stuart Mill4. Walsh’s Contemporary History - – John Stuart MillJohn Stuart Mill made essential contributions to social theory, political…
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About the Authors: Daniel J. Brush, David Horne, and Marc CB Maxwell, also known as the Sports by the Numbers Guys, are the award-winning authors of the Sports by the Numbers series. Other titles include University of Oklahoma Football, New York Yankees, Major League Baseball, and NASCAR to name a few. Zac Robinson is a professional educator and life-long combat sports fan who has trained in Tae Kwon Do and Hapkido in the United States and Korea. He is also a columnist for MMA Monthly Journal.