Who are "the People"?: Unionism, Protestantism and Loyalism in Northern Ireland
We are the people is a popular Loyalist slogan in Northern Ireland - a statement of loyalty, identity and devotion to and from Ireland's Protestants. This collection examines the meaning behind this legend, providing a critique of the issues which affect this heterogeneous community.
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Who Are the People?
The Character of Ulster Unionism
A Representation of Place yet to be Imagined
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