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Need to activate? Institutional Access does not have access to this content. Open Athens. Kinealy provides a thorough and up-to-date account of the unfolding of The Troubles, the three decades of violence and social unrest between Catholic nationalists and Protestant unionists. She explores the Republic of Ireland's entry into the European Union in , its often contentious relationship with Britain, and the changes in rates of emigration to the USA and the rest of the world.
The women's movement in the s and the successive election of two female presidents proved the Republic's ability to accept and internalize social change, and despite Catholic Church scandals and Northern Ireland's turbulence, this partitioned island has remained a significant presence on the world stage.
This book presents a comprehensive panorama of the events that have shaped Ireland's social and political landscape over the last fifty years.
It will be essential reading for anyone interested in Ireland's recent past, and how it will continue to develop in the future. If you need reminding of the cruelty and injustice visited on this part of Ireland in recent decades, buy this book.
If you want to develop awareness of the support structure for injustice provided by the press and academia here, read this book. After reading just half of the book, I decided to purchase copies for each of my children as memorable Christmas gifts. I suggest you do the same for anyone who has an interest or curiosity about events in Ireland during the last few decades.
On the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Music Festival, Christine Kinealy remembers the legendary guitarist from While now predominantly associated with Irish contributions to American history received a special recognition this week.