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The book demonstrates that the colonial structures arising from the original Plantations were both enduring and decisive. The modern instability in Northern Ireland has a long, unbroken, continuous pedigree. By looking at the period prior to the birth of the "Ulster question", Wright sets the tragic event of Northern Ireland in their longer historical perspective. Frank Wright brings a variety of disciplines to this study; history, political science and sociology. His analysis is subtle and demonstrates that the colonial structures arising from the original Plantations were both enduring and decisive.
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The late Frank Wright was Professor of Peace Studies at the University of Limerick. Previously, he had taught at Queen's University, Belfast for many years. He was the author of the acclaimed 'Northern Ireland: a ccomparative perspective'.
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