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Publication Date: 01/01/1973

311 pages

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  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • One: Toward the Watershed
    • I. The Geographic and Historical Framework
    • II. The Rise of Nationalism
    • III. The United States and Irish Nationalism
    • IV. From Apparent Unity to Civil War
    • V. The Creation of Northern Ireland
  • Two: Past the Watershed
    • VI. Southern Politics in the Collectivist Age
    • VII. Southern Ireland and the International Economy
    • VIII. Religion and Values
    • IX. Social Flux and Social Management
  • Three: The Future Imperfect: Issues of the Seventies
    • X. Continuing Southern Nationalism
    • XI. Once Again an Ulster Question
    • XII. Southern Ireland in the Commonwealth and the World
  • Appendix: Facts about Ireland
  • Suggested Readings
  • Index

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