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The following is a draft list of source material on the People's Democracy March in Northern Ireland, 1-4 January 1969. The reader should also consult the CAIN bibliography for further references for this subject and for the full citations of the following items.

 

People's Democracy - Publications by, and about, the People's Democracy

See list of publications

 

Books

Arthur, Paul. (1974) The People's Democracy 1968-73. Belfast: Blackstaff Press.

Egan, Bowes and McCormack, Vincent. (1969) Burntollet. London: LRS Publishers.
[This 64 page booklet deals in some detail with the events of the People's Democracy March]

 

Government Reports

Great Britain. Parliament. (1969) 'Disturbances in Northern Ireland', Report of the Commission appointed by the Governor of Northern Ireland, September 1969. [Cameron Report, Cmd.532]

 

Other Publications

Farrell, M. (1980, 2nd ed.) Northern Ireland: The Orange State, pp 249-252

McCann, E. (1993, 3rd ed.) War and an Irish Town, pp 106-110

Purdie, B. (1990) Politics in the Streets: The origins of the civil rights movement in Northern Ireland, pp 198-243

 

Theses

Purdie, R.M. (1989) The origins of the civil rights movement in Northern Ireland 1962-1968. Ph.D., Strathclyde University. (includes a discussion of the origins and development of People's Democracy)

 

Newspaper Articles

Heney, Michael. (1969) 'Battling through to Derry', Irish Times, 6 January, p.9.

Holland, Mary. (1969) 'Police Wagons ablaze in Ulster Battle', The Observer, 12 January, p.1.

n.a. (1969) 'Ulster's Misery', The Economist, Vol. 230, No. 6542, 11 January, pp.14-15.

n.a. (1969) 'Ulster: Who's in charge?', New Statesman, 10 January, p.33.

 


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