'As one would expect in a book written by authors of such varied outlook, no single vision emerges.
But some fascinating material does.'
Times Literary Supplement*BR*'The breadth of material considered by the contributors to Who Are 'The People'? provides an excellent introduction to the way in which the broad identity of Ulster Loyalism is underpinned by gender and class, expressed in work as well as social environments, and voiced through religious allusion as well as political rhetoric.' Irish Studies Review*BR*'It confronts all the issues you're not supposed to raise in polite company.
Read it and you'll have to revise many of your prejudices, while having one or two confirmed.'
Camden New Journal