A treatise on Northern Ireland. Volume 2, Control / Brendan O'Leary
- O'Leary, Brendan
- Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019.
- First edition.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource
- Oxford scholarship online
- Machine generated contents note: 2.1.Conceptual Conspectus: Control -- Models of Rule and Role Models -- The Place of the Demos, and the Demos's Place -- Control Systems -- Hegemonic and Contested Control -- Components of Control -- 2.2.Not an Inch: Gaining Control in the North, 1919-1939 -- Uncertain Parchment and Fiery Beginnings: Inspiring the Minority in our Midst -- Pogroms and Deadly Ethnic Riots -- Establishing the Cold House -- Constitutional Control -- Policing Control -- Territorial Control: Not an Inch -- Law without Blind Justice -- Elections as Censuses of the Loyal -- The Political Economy of Control -- Administrative Control and Segmental Patronage -- Why Control Describes the Stormont System -- Parallel Schools: Control or the Price of Faith or Both? -- What Motivated Control? -- 2.3.Digesting Decolonization: From Declared to Undeclared Republic, 1919-1940 -- The Circle of Decolonization: State-Building in the South -- Republicanism, Imperialism, and the Treaty Debate -- The Provisional Government, the Constitution of the Irish Free State, and the Irish Civil War -- Southern Protestants: Expulsions, Exodus, Demographic Collapse, or the Normal Fate of a National Minority? -- Establishing a Sovereign State and Attaining External Association -- The Constitution of 1937: The Undeclared Republic -- The Anglo-Irish Agreements of 1938 -- Decolonized Ireland: Neutrality, Statehood, and Nationhood, 1938-1940 -- 2.4.The Unexpected Stabilization of Control: The Second World War and its Aftermath, 1940-1957 -- De Valera, Neutrality, and the IRA's Self-Destruction -- War's End, de Valera, Hitler, and Urban Legends -- De Valera, Partition, and the Anti-Partition League: The Chief Outflanked -- Northern Ireland After the Nazi Empire -- Ireland's Post-Independence Economic Performance -- 2.5.Losing Control, 1958-1972 -- The Disorganization and Defeat of Northern Nationalism and Republicanism -- The External Background to what Transpired in O'Neill's Premiership -- The Irish State Shifts Development Strategy: Lemass and "Technocratic Anti-Partitionism" -- Social Democracy and the Democratization of Great Britain -- The Internal Environment in the O'Neill Premiership -- The Promise of O'Neill -- 2.6.British Intervention: The Politics of Embarrassment, 1969-1972 -- The Opening of British Minds -- The Precipitants of Intervention -- Was Northern Ireland Reformable? -- The Return of the Tories and of Internment -- Bloody Sunday and the End of the UUP's One-Party Rule -- Conclusion -- Appendix 2.6.1 Ireland's Policy toward Northern Ireland, 1969-1970.
- The second volume of the definitive political history of Northern Ireland.
- 9780191868733 (ebook)
- Audience Notes:
- Previously issued in print: 2019.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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