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Some of the most innovative chapters involve the relationship of historical understanding on the present, as exemplified in the minds of Unionist politicians searching for a new identity or in the minds of the creators of the wall murals in nationalist and unionist areas of Belfast. These themes are brought together in an introduction which looks at the strands of commonality and difference in the histories of Ireland and Scotland.
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R.J. Morris is Professor of Economic and Social History at Edinburgh University. His previous publications include Class, Sect and Party. The Making of the British Middle Class: Leeds, 1820-50; People and Society in Scotland Volume II, 1830-1914 (jointly edited with W Hamish Fraser), and The ILP on Clydeside, 1893-1932: from foundation to disintegration (jointly edited with Alan McKinlay). He is a contributor to the Penguin History of Scotland. Liam Kennedy is Professor of Economic and Social History at Queen's University, Belfast, and the author of several books on modern Irish history, including The Modern Industrialisation of Ireland, 1940-1988 and Colonialism, Religion and Nationalism in Ireland.
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Book Description Paperback. Condition: Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Seller Inventory # GOR009904842
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