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Northern Ireland, 1921-1996 : Political Forces and Social Classes. by Henry Patterson, Paul Bew, Peter Gibbon. Their book itself is very good, especially their analyisis of contradictions within the unionist bloc. I recommend it to anyone interested in Northern Irish politics. But I think that what is highly contestable is their "red marxist" approach on the national question. in Ireland; they claim that the struggle for emancipation is opposed to the struggle for reuniting the country.

The State in Northern Ireland, 1921–72: Political Forces and Social Class. with Henry Patterson and Ellen Hazelkorn). Northern Ireland 1921–2001: Political Power and Social Classes. Manchester University Press. Between War and Peace: The Political Future of Northern Ireland. Lawrence & Wishart. Ideology and the Irish Question: Ulster Unionism and Irish Nationalism, 1912–1916.

Paul Bew. Peter Gibbon. The State in Northern Ireland 1921-72: Political Forces and Social Classes. The British Connection. Reference: Social work for critical peace: a comparative approach to understanding social work and political conflict. Paul Bew.

Personal Name: Patterson, Henry, 1947 .

Personal Name: Patterson, Henry, 1947-. Rubrics: Social classes Northern Ireland.

Ireland, 1912-1985 Joseph J. Lee Cambridge University Press, 1990.

Northern Ireland 1921-1994 : political forces and social classes. Paul G Bew, Peter Gibbon, Henry Patterson.

Paul Bew, Henry Patterson and Peter Gibbon, Northern Ireland 1921-1994: Political Forces and Social Classes (1995). Paul Bew, John Redmond (1996). John Borgonovo, Spies, Informers and the 'Anti-Sinn Fein Society': The Intelligence War in Cork City, 1919-1921 (2006). G. C. Bolton, The Passing of the Irish Act of Union (1996).

Bew, Paul, Peter Gibbon and Henry Patterson, Northern Ireland 1921–2001: Political Forces and Social . Brooke, Peter, Ulster Presbyterianism: the Historical Perspective 1610–1970 (Athol Books: Belfast, 1994), 170–1.

Bew, Paul, Peter Gibbon and Henry Patterson, Northern Ireland 1921–2001: Political Forces and Social Classes (Serif: London, 2002), 86–99. Dudley Edwards, Ruth, The Faithful Tribe (Harper Collins: London, 2000). Gillespie, Gordon, ‘Loyalist Politics and the Ulster Workers’ Strike of 1974’ (Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen’s University of Belfast, 1994).

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As Northern Ireland braces itself for a return to conflict after eighteen months of peace, the new edition of this path-breaking study could scarcely be more timely. Covering the entire period between partition and the end of the IRA's ceasefire in 1996, the authors take issue with the stereotypes which portray the old Unionist state and the Protestant population as unchanging and monolithic and Catholics as uniformly alienated from the political establishment. Three of Ireland's most respected historians have written an accessible yet sophisticated history which shows how the divisions between the old Orange elite and the broader Protestant population created an explosive political dynamic. Using a wide range of primary sources, they lay bare the key issues of Northern Ireland's history from the establishment of the B Specials after partition to the stark realities of Direct Rule from London.'Revisionist' history has been much discussed in recent years. In an Irish context this does not mean denying past realities, but reassessing the country's history in a way which acknowledges the importance of specifically Irish factors in bringing about historical change rather than laying responsibility for all Ireland's woes at England's door. This highly acclaimed study is a landmark in that new history.

Northern Ireland 1921-1994: Political Forces and Social Classes epub download

ISBN13: 978-1897959084

ISBN: 1897959087

Author: Peter Gibbon,Henry Patterson,Paul Bew

Category: History

Subcategory: Europe

Language: English

Publisher: Serif; First Edition edition (April 1, 1995)

Pages: 256 pages

ePUB size: 1115 kb

FB2 size: 1843 kb

Rating: 4.4

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