From political violence to negotiated settlement : the winding path to peace in twentieth-century Ireland (Book, 2004) [WorldCat.org]
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From political violence to negotiated settlement : the winding path to peace in twentieth-century Ireland

Author: Maurice Joseph Bric
Publisher: Dublin : Univ. College Dublin Press, in association with the Institute for British-Irish Studies, Univ. College Dublin, 2004.
Series: Perspectives in British-Irish studies
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Joseph Bric
ISBN: 1900621843 9781900621847
OCLC Number: 238248617
Description: xiii, 257 Seiten : Illustrationen ; 24 cm.
Contents: Maurice J. Bric and John Coakley, Introduction: The roots of militant politics in Ireland; Maurice J. Bric: The invention and re-invention of public protect in Ireland, 1760-1900; Ronan Fanning, The home rule crisis of 1912-14 and the failure of British democracy in Ireland; Michael Laffan, Republicanism in the revolutionary decade: the triumph and containment of militarism, 1912-23; Paul Bew, Moderate nationalism, 1918-23: perspectives on politics and revolution; Eunan O'Halpin, The geopolitics of republican diplomacy in the twentieth century; Alvin Jackson, Modern unionism and the cult of 1912-14; Joseph Ruane, Contemporary republicanism and the strategy of armed struggle; Paul Dixon, Contemporary unionism and the tactics of resistance; John de Chastelain, The Northern Ireland peace process and the impact of decommissioning; John Coakley, Conclusion: the legacy of political violence in Ireland; Appendices; Notes; References; Index
Series Title: Perspectives in British-Irish studies
Responsibility: ed. by Maurice J. Bric and John Coakley.

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"while the subject matter is rather eclectic, together they deliver a sustained engagement with the relationship between violence and politics in modern Irish history." Irish Studies Review 13 (2) Read more...

 
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