Europe's most difficult nationality problem is discussed in this volume; the 20-year struggle between Republicans and Unionists in Northern Ireland. The author used to be an advocate of a united Ireland, but after viewing the results of the conflict, he reviewed the history of the area and developed a new perspective on Ulster. This book is a history of the last 20 years, in addition to views on the history of the past three centuries. Nationalist and Unionist intransigence is explained, without resorting to polemic, and a humane alternative is offered: a type of independent Ulster. The author has written many books about Ireland, including "Early Christian Ireland", "Divided Ulster" and "The Peoples of Ireland".
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Book Description Radius, 1990. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0091744067