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'Official Irish Republicanism: 1962-1972', by Sean Swan (2007)



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Text: Sean Swan ... Page Compiled: Martin Melaugh

The following extract has been contributed by the author and publisher Sean Swan. The views expressed in this extract do not necessarily reflect the views of the members of the CAIN Project. The CAIN Project would welcome other material which meets our guidelines for contributions.

front cover of book The extract is taken from the book:

Sean Swan
'Official Irish Republicanism: 1962-1972'
2007
Published by Lulu
ISBN 978-1-4303-1934-4 (Paperback) pp $29.95

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This publication is copyright Sean Swan 2006 and is included on the CAIN site by permission of the author. You may not edit, adapt, or redistribute changed versions of this for other than your personal use without the express permission of the author. Redistribution for commercial purposes is not permitted.

The contents of the book are based on Sean Swans' thesis which led to the award of a Ph.D. by the University of Ulster in 2006.



back cover of book
Back Cover


Contents

Acknowledgements
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Context and Contradiction
Chapter 3. After the Harvest
Chapter 4. 1964-5 Problems and Solutions
Chapter 5. 1966-1967: Control and Reaction
Chapter 6. Ireland as it should be versus Ireand as it is, January 1968 to August 1969
pp 246-282 [PDF; 813KB]
Chapter 7. Defending Stormont, Defeating the EEC August 1969 to May 1972
Chapter 8. Conclusion
Appendix
Bibliography


Chapter 6. Ireland as it should be versus
Ireand as it is, January 1968 to August 1969

Pages 246 to 282 from Chapter 6, together with the list of contents and front and back covers, are available as a PDF file.
[PDF; 813KB]

 


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