Conflict in Northern Ireland

Political Science / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
An examination of how religion acts as a catalyst for division.

This is an argument paper that addresses the causes of the continuing hostilities in Northern Ireland. The discussion focuses on the fact that while religion was the original cause of the fighting between the Catholics and the Protestants, additional social and political factors have continued to promote and aggravate these hostilities.

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