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NCJ Number: 30402 Find in a Library
Title: SPREADING IRISH CONFLICT, PART 1 - FROM LIBERALISM TO EXTREMISM
Journal: CONFLICT STUDIES  Issue:17  Dated:(NOVEMBER 1971)  Pages:5-12
Author(s): I HAMILTON
Corporate Author: Institute for the Study of 12/12a Golden Square
United Kingdom
Date Published: 1971
Page Count: 8
Sponsoring Agency: Institute for the Study of 12/12a Golden Square
London, W1R 3AF, England
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: ANALYTICAL NARRATIVE OF EVENTS (1968-1971) IN THE CONFLICT OVER NORTHERN IRELAND'S INDEPENDENCE FROM GREAT BRITAIN, INCLUDING AN ATTEMPT TO ISOLATE CAUSES FOR THE SITUATION'S DETERIORATION SINCE 1968.
Abstract: THE ISSUE OF IRELAND'S PARTITION, LORD O'NEILL'S FALSE SUPPOSITION THAT THE PROTESTANT MAJORITY WOULD ALLOW THE CATHOLICS TO ASSERT THEIR RIGHTS, THE RISE OF IAN PAISLEY AND HIS FOLLOWERS, AND THE TACTICAL UNITY OF THE IRA (IRISH REPUBLICAN ARMY) ARE DISCUSSED AS CAUSES OF POLITICAL DETERIORATION. FOR PART 2, SEE NCJ-30403.
Index Term(s): Great Britain/United Kingdom; Irish Republican Army (IRA); Northern Ireland; Political influences; Revolutionary or terrorist groups; Terrorism causes; Urban guerrilla warfare
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