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by Bob Rowthorn,Naomi Wayne

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ISBN:
0745605354
Author:
Bob Rowthorn,Naomi Wayne
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Polity Press (October 6, 1988)
Pages:
208 pages
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By Bob Rowthorn and Naomi Wayne. Boulder, CO: Westview, 1988. Recommend this journal.

By Bob Rowthorn and Naomi Wayne.

This chapter is taken from the book: NORTHERN IRELAND THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF CONFLICT by Bob .

This chapter is taken from the book: NORTHERN IRELAND THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF CONFLICT by Bob Rowthorn and Naomi Wayne (1988) ISBN 0 2 Paperback 230pp. Redistribution for commercial purposes is not permitted. Northern Ireland The Political Economy of Conflict.

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In this book Bob Rowthorn and Naomi Wayne provide a clear and incisive analysis of the politics and economy of Northern Ireland, from partition to the present da. .Northern Ireland : The Political Economy of Conflict. by Naomi Wayne and Bob Rowthorn.

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and Bob Rowthorn and Naomi Wayne's Northern Ireland: The Political Economy of Conflict (Westview, 1988). The mythology of Ulster Protestant Unionism has been no less destructive, however, and Wilson would do us a service to turn his pen to that story as well.

Wilson's finely argued book is a welcome addition to the spate of excellent scholarly works on Northern Ireland, including Frank Wright's Northern Ireland: A Comparative Analysis (1968; Barnes & Noble, 1987. reprint) and Bob Rowthorn and Naomi Wayne's Northern Ireland: The Political Economy of Conflict (Westview, 1988). In this study, Wilson subjects Irish nationalists' vision of a united Ireland to a reality test. David Canning, Bob Rowthorn, Naomi Wayne. It is now more than a decade since British troops were sent to Northern Ireland, and the conflict in the province continues with no end in sight

Northern Ireland: The Political Economy of Conflict. It is now more than a decade since British troops were sent to Northern Ireland, and the conflict in the province continues with no end in sight. A great deal has been written about the economic an. More).

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Find nearly any book by Bob Rowthorn. by Naomi Wayne, Bob Rowthorn. ISBN 9780745605357 (978-0-7456-0535-7) Hardcover, Blackwell Publishers, 1988. Find signed collectible books: 'Northern Ireland'. A Public Services Pay Policy (Fabian Pamphlets). by William Brown, Bob Rowthorn.

In this book Bob Rowthorn and Naomi Wayne provide a clear and incisive analysis of the politics and economy of Northern Ireland, from partition to the present day. They outline the options for the future of the province and argue for the withdrawal of British troops and the reunification of Ireland. The book focuses on the development of the economy of Northern Ireland, comparing it with economic development in the Irish Republic and the UK. The roles of foreign investment, international trade and British government subsidies are examined. The authors also analyse the causes and effects of discrimination and inequality, documenting their differential impact on Protestants and Catholics. On the bases of these analyses, they assess the likely consequences of British withdrawal and specify measures that could be taken to minimize violence and improve living standards. Clearly written, carefully documented and forcefully argued, this book should be of interest to those concerned with the nature and future of one of the most troubled regions in the world today. The book should be of interest to students and academics in economics, politics, government and sociology and general readers interested in the problems and future of Northern Ireland.