The strife that has been raging in Ulster for centuries has left many observers wondering whether there is any solution to this complex and emotion-charged problem. Roger Hull believes that one can be found and, in an objective manner, explores the issues involved in an effort to reveal a possible settlement and to provide guidelines for preventing similar conflicts.
Originally published in 1978.
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