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This is an account of the fate of Irish unionists outside of Ulster from the era of Parnell through the early years of the Irish Free State. The author details the efforts of a ruling minority to maintain the union between Britain and Ireland, and what happened to them during and after the Anglo-Irish war and the handing over of the 26 counties. He sympathetically srutinizes such places of southern unionism as Trinity College, "The Irish Times", and the Dublin social clubs; as he became acquainted with the ex-unionist world while a student at Trinity College.
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Book Description Lilliput Pr Ltd, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111874675929