Fifty years later, reformists still wished for the national revolution against imperialism. Ireland wished for a free country, where they could plan their own destiny, and be the sole owner of the materials that are upon their soil. James Connolly, a person who based his ideas on Internationalism, wanted national freedom as a step towards the Irish Socialist Republic. He was murdered for the uprising for freedom he gathered in Ireland. Even with his death, he was remembered by the Irish Society. They gave support to Connolly for his undying heroism to fight for the Irish workers and for International Socialism. Thus, in the future years, Connolly’s words will be remembered and used for a growth in nationalism to help Ireland seek its freedom.