United Nation: The Case for Integrating Ireland
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One hundred years after the Anglo-Irish Treaty and partition, after thirty years of Troubles, the Good Friday Agreement and Brexit, the debate on Irish unity has intensified. But what could a united country look like and what would it mean for people north and south of the border?
Considering health, education, the economy, cultural identity and the arts, constitutional change and international relations, award-winning journalist Frank Connolly asks whether a united Ireland could create a viable, vibrant new country.
With contributions from President Michael D. Higgins, Paula Meehan, David McWilliams, Linda Ervine, Christy Moore, Mary Lou McDonald, Ian Marshall and Brian Keenan, United Nation is a timely look at the case for integrating Ireland.
|Dimensions||235 × 151 × 30 mm|