The state of loyalism in Northern Ireland - Graham Spencer

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Title
The state of loyalism in Northern Ireland
Author
Graham Spencer
format
Hardback
Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20080307

The State of Loyalism in Northern Ireland examines the changes and developments within parliamentary loyalism throughout the Northern Ireland peace process. Drawing from interviews with key players, it charts the drama of tensions, debates and negotiations and provides a compelling inside account.

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GRAHAM SPENCER is Reader in Politics, Conflict and the Media at the University of Portsmouth, UK. He has written widely on the Northern Ireland peace process and is currently researching Protestant identity and peacemaking.

'The State of Loyalism in Northern Ireland is the most important treatment of its subject undertaken in recent years. Graham Spencer has produced a book which must be read by all serious scholars of Northern Ireland's politics and society. a definitive book on loyalist politics and an essential addition to any reading list.' Professor Jon Tonge, Chair of the Political Studies Association of the UK, University of Liverpool, UK

'The State of Loyalism in Northern Ireland is a fascinating analysis that tells the little known story of the loyalist role in the Northern Ireland peace process. Graham Spencer's interviews with loyalist paramilitaries and key political actors make this an indispensable contribution to our understanding of Northern Ireland's remarkable shift from war to peace.' - Dr Paul Dixon, Kingston University, UK

'A timely and important analysis of the role played by loyalism in the Northern Ireland peace process. Drawing on interviews with key actors, Graham Spencer has produced an intelligent, engaging and necessary study on loyalism and political change in Northern Ireland.' - Professor John Grieve, Independent Monitoring Commission, Belfast

'...a cleverly woven analysis unveiling a compelling contemporary political history...a "must-have" to understanding the role of Loyalism.' - John Coulter, Tribune

'This well-researched work will be of interest to a wide audience...' - James Condren, University of Ulster, Political Studies Review

Type
BOOK
Edition
2008
Keyword Index
Unionism (Irish politics)
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
272

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