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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. The Role of Gaelic Periodicals
3. Religious Institutions
4. Attitudes towards Gaelic
4.1.   Language and Identity
4.2. An Ideology of Contempt
4.3. Developmental Shortcomings
4.4. Literacy and Linguistic Competence
5. Revitalization Efforts
5.1. Irish and Celtic Connections
5.2. Gaelic Organizations
5.3. Coming to Gaelic's Defense
5.4 Attacking Tartanism
5.5. Development of Literature
5.6. The Celtic Chair Campaign and Other Fundraising
5.7. The American Mòd Proposal
6. Conclusions
 
Acknowledgements
Endnotes
References Cited