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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: April, 2015
By: Editorial
Title: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly!
When James Molyneaux died (March 9th) the Dublin Establishment felt it ought to say something nice about him because it appeared to hindsight that he was as good a Unionist as a Unionist could be, but the Protestant North is still terra incognito in the official Southern mind and comment on it can only be stilted, as the alternative to being nonsensical.

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: March, 2015
By: Editorial
Title: Hysteria
The political situation in the South has progressed—or regressed—towards something like the 1923 situation of Treatyites versus Republicans.

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: February, 2015
By: Editorial
Title: British Party Debate— Unionists Left Out!
The British in Northern Ireland want to take part in the British Election in Britain, and the British in Britain don't know what to make of it.

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From: Church & State: Editorials
Date: January, 2015
By: Editorial
Title: Abraham Lincoln
The American Civil War ended a century and a half ago, and Abraham Lincoln, who started it, was assassinated.
The American Civil War, unlike the war in Ireland that goes by the name of the 'Civil War', was a real Civil War. The Irish were all agreed what they wanted—an independent Republic—but Imperial Britain would not let them have it. They did not achieve independence and then find that they disagreed over what to do with it.

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: January, 2015
By: Editorial
Title: Stormont House Agreement: Adams Avoids The Trap!
Sinn Fein has agreed to social welfare cuts in Northern Ireland at the insistence of Dublin and London.
The fall of the 'Northern Ireland state' for the third time has been averted. It fell in 1972. It fell again in 1974. Then it did not exist for 25 years. And now its fall for a third time has been averted by Sinn Fein's agreement to the "austerity" measures imposed by London and supported by Dublin.

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