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consensus-forming strategy of the Northern Ireland Labour Party, 1949-1968. by John Alexander Vance Graham

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Published by The author] in [s.l .
Written in English

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  • Northern Ireland Labour Party.

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Thesis (M. Soc. Sc.) - Queen"s University of Belfast, 1972.

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Open LibraryOL13872831M

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Book Description: This book is the first definitive history of the Northern Ireland Labour Party (NILP), a unique political force which drew its support from Protestants and Catholics and became electorally viable despite deep-seated ethnic, religious and national divisions. This is a definitive history of the Northern Ireland Labour Party (NILP), a unique political force that drew its support from Protestants and Catholics and became electorally viable despite deep-seated ethnic, religious and national divisions. Formed in and disbanded in , it succeeded in returning several of its members to the locally based Northern Ireland parliament in –29 and.   A new Labour group is aiming to bring together the most “electorally compelling” ideas of activists from the Corbyn-supporting left to the Blairite right of the party.. The group, called. The Northern Ireland Social Democratic and Labour Party Political Opposition in a Divided Society. Authors; Ian McAllister; Book. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xxi. PDF. Contingent Circumstances. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Ireland labour society. .

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