The Economic Roots of Partition

Eamonn McCann


It is sometimes assumed that the differences in Ireland which gave rise to partition had mainly or solely to do with religion and communal identity. These were important factors, but economics played a more profound role. This becomes clear from examination of the emergence and development of the major manifestations of unionism and nationalism.

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