The Gun in Politics: Analysis of Irish Political Conflict, 1916-86

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Routledge, 12. srp 2017. - Broj stranica: 280
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Irish history sounds a long litany of grievance and vengeance—lost battles, escaped earls, and institutionalized injustice. The gun, certainly in this century, has played a prominent part. In The Gun in Politics, J. Bowyer Bell presents the story of one Ireland—the Ireland of the Troubles—and about an approach to understanding political violence. In particular, he examines the Irish Republic Army, the longest-enduring unsuccessful revolutionary organization. He de-scribes the covert world of gunmen and the great game they play in the street.

His is a lively, telling account of sophisticated weapons transfer, of the impact of civil war on society, and of appropriate democratic responses to terrorism. Bell's association with active Republicans, his endless tea seminars at the United Irishman, drinks at Hennessy's, and constant conversation throughout Ireland on political matters over a period of twenty years has provided the author with unique background for this guide to a fascinating, though brutal, undercurrent of Irish history.

 

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Acknowledgments
A Personal Memoir
The IRA Past as Prologue
Arms and the Volunteer
The Thompson Submachine Gun in Ireland
Sophisticated Weapons and Revolutionary Options
Patterns Probes Wars and Warriors
Societal Patterns and Lessons
The Secret Army 1969
Old Myths Old Realities and Alien Perspectives
The Escalation of Insurgency 196971
Strategy Tactics and Terror 196974
The Legitimacy of Violent Dissent
Revolts Against the British Crown
An Irish Template
Democracy and Armed Conspiracy 192277

Ireland and the Spanish Civil War 193639
194045
The Shadow of the Gunman 1969
Nets and Oceans
New Surveys New Problems
1972

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