Home Browse Books Book details, Militant Nationalism: Between Movement and Party. In August 1983, while working and traveling in Ireland, I knocked on the door of the central Sinn Fein office in Dublin.
Home Browse Books Book details, Militant Nationalism: Between Movement and Party. Militant Nationalism: Between Movement and Party in Ireland and the Basque Country. I did so because, while many people I had met spoke about or against Sinn Fein, I had never encountered anyone who had actually spoken (or, at least, would admit to me to having spoken) with anyone in Sinn Fein.
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Militant Nationalism: Between Movement and Party in Ireland and the Basque Country. In May 1985, Sinn Fein, the political party that represents the interests of the Irish Republican Movement, pushed the IRA off the front page when it secured almost 35 percent of the nationalist vote in its first nonabstentionist campaign for seats on local government councils in Northern Ireland.
An example is the FBI COINTELPRO operations in the United States between 1956 and 1971. Irvin, Cynthia L. Militant Nationalism between movement and party in Ireland and the Basque Country. In some states, "repression" can be an official term used in legislation or the names of government institutions. For example, the Soviet Union had a legal policy of repression of political opposition defined in the penal code and Cuba under Fulgencio Batista had a secret police agency officially named the "Bureau for the Repression of Communist Activities". University of Minnesota Press, 1999.
Militant Nationalism. Between Movement and Party in Ireland and the Basque Country. Author: Cynthia L. Irvin. A comparative analysis of two militant nationalist groups. In this unusual comparative analysis, she draws on interviews with more than 100 Sinn Fein and Herri Batasuna activists and on a unique survey of 140 Herri Batasuna activists.
Cynthia L. Irvin examines two cases of electoral interventions by nationalist organizations engaged in violent political . Irvin examines two cases of electoral interventions by nationalist organizations engaged in violent political competition: in Northern Ireland and in the Basque provinces of Spain. Based on her findings, she offers insights into the circumstances that lead such groups to abandon violence in favor of institutional political struggle.
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Goldstein, Robert Justin, Political Repression in Modern America (University of Illinois Press, 1978, 2001). Jensen, Joan M. Army Surveillance in America, 1775 - 1980. Yale University Press.
Author: Cynthia Irvin
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Publisher: Univ Of Minnesota Press; First edition edition (May 1, 1999)
Pages: 304 pages
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