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An Ulster voice : in search of common ground in Northern Ireland

Author: Gary McMichael
Publisher: Boulder, CO : Roberts Rinehart Publishers, ©1999.
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From articles originally published in the Irish Voice between 1994 and 1998, this book chronicles the peace process from a Unionist perspective.

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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
McMichael, Gary, 1969-
Ulster voice.
Boulder, CO : Roberts Rinehart Publishers, ©1999
(OCoLC)649582399
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gary McMichael
ISBN: 1570982759 9781570982750 156833219X 9781568332192
OCLC Number: 41460330
Notes: Includes index.
Includes articles previously published in the Irish Voice and in Ireland on Sunday.
Description: xi, 258 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Foreword / Niall O'Dowd --
Introduction / Kirsten E. Schulze --
pt. 1. A Personal Perspective. Starting Off. Commonsense --
A Way Forward. The Establishment of the UDP. The Brooke Talks and the First Loyalist Ceasefire. Towards the Downing Street Declaration. Ray Smallwoods' Murder. The CLMC Ceasefire. On the Road to Peace --
pt. 2. 1995. We're a Long Way Off from Lasting Peace. Clinton's Conference Was Great; Adams/Mayhew Was a Sideshow. Clegg Release Has Loyalists Angry Too. Moral Courage Needed to Save the Peace. A Year of Peace, but Precious Little Progress. Clinton Must Show His Even-Handedness --
pt. 3. 1996. Assembly "Fantasy" Will Destroy Negotiations. IRA Must Be Penalized for Destroying Peace. IRA Ceasefire a Prerequisite for Talks. Turning Point for Peace Process. What More Does the IRA Want? Sinn Fein Deserves No More US Support. Now Is the Time to Pull Back. Republicans Want to Kill Peace Process. Remembering War as the North Waits. IRA Must Adopt "No First Strike" Policy --
pt. 4. 1997. Republicans Talk Peace, Then Kill. Republicans Must Accept Responsibility. Don't Expect Any Sudden Changes. Unionists Are Desperate for Change. Loyalists Won't Hand Over Arms. Republicans' Turn to Move. Sinn Fein Needs to Learn Honesty. Compromise Is the Key to Success. My Dad's Death Won't Be in Vain --
pt. 5. 1998. Peace Is Still Possible. British Government Needs to Address the Prisoner Issue. Sinn Fein in Double Bind. UDP Actively and Irreversibly Opposed to the Use of Force. The Voice of the UDP Must Be Heard at the Peace Talks. Sinn Fein Has Nothing to Fear from New Assembly. Clear Evidence that IRA Ceasefire Is Over Cannot Be Ignored. Sinn Fein Expulsion Is Fair. UDP Blueprint for North-South Rapprochement. Parades: They Haven't Gone Away, You Know. Unpopular Decision Must Be Made for Sake of Peace. Day that Symbolizes a Self-Imposed Cultural Apartheid. Paisley's "Dinosaurs" Are an Obstacle to Peace. Constitutional Changes Are a Must if Peace Is to Be Found. The Heat Is On --
NI Talks Deadline Looms. Mistake to Interpret Agreement as a Settlement. Proud to Be Associated with Defining Moment in History --
The Referendum --
The Assembly Elections --
Making the Agreement Work --
The Future of Loyalism.
Responsibility: Gary McMichael ; foreword by Niall O'Dowd.

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