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Connolly stood aloof from the leadership of the Irish Volunteers.He considered them too bourgeois and unconcerned with Ireland's economic independence.In order to talk Connolly out of any such rash action, the IRB leaders, including Tom Clarke and Patrick Pearse, met with Connoly to see if an agreement could be reached.During the meeting, the IRB and the ICA agreed to act together at Easter of that year.Lillie moved to Scotland with James after he left the Army and they married in 1890. There, Connolly began to get involved in the Socialist Movement, but with a young family to support, he needed a way to provide for them.He briefly established a cobbler's shop in 1895, but this failed after a few months, as his shoe-mending skills were insuffidcient.
Though they only numbered about 250 at most, their goal soon became the establishment of an independent and socialist Irish nation.
He was executed by a British firing squad because of his leadership role in the Easter Rising of 1916.
Connolly was born in an Irish slum in Edinburgh in 1868.
He was also strongly active within the socialist movement at the time, and he prioritized this over his own work.
He became secretary of the Scottish Socialist Federation.
While active as a socialist in Great Britain, Connolly was the founding editor of "The Socialist" and was among the founders of the Socialist Labor Party which split from the Social Democratic Federation.