Civil rights and civil responsibilities. How The Unionist Party perceived and responded to the civil rights movement in Northern Ireland 1968-1972
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This thesis contains a analys of the Unionist Party's preception and respons to the Northern Irish civil rights movement. The thesis sets out to explore how the civil rights movement influenced the events leading up to the supension of the Stormont parliament in 1972. The time period streches from October 1968 to March 1972.
PublisherThe University of Bergen
- History 296