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A Better Way: An Appeal to Ulster not to desert Ireland

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Plunkett, Horace Curzon, Sir, 1854-1932
A Better Way: An Appeal to Ulster not to desert Ireland
Dublin: Hodges, Figgis, [1914?]
38 pages; 22 cm

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Contents

[Title Page]

[Title Page]

PREFACE.

The Comedy of Errors.

Lord Lansdowne’s invitation: an Irish acceptance.

The evolution of the crisis: its constitutional and party aspects.

The truth about the Home Rule sentiment in Ireland.

Why the status quo cannot be maintained.

The appeal to force.

What History will say of the crisis.

The urgent necessity of a settlement.

The larger issues of the Irish crisis.

The search for a settlement by consent.

The partition of Ireland examined.

The disastrous effects upon Irish progress.

The desertion of Southern by Northern Unionists.

Other settlements considered.

The better way.

The military part of the plan developed.

Ulster’s four chief reasons against a trial of a United Ireland stated and answered: (1) The Covenant.

(2) The dislocation of business

(3) The religious objection.

(4) The rest of Ireland “disloyal.”

The attitude of Ulster.

The pride of the Covenanters.

Ireland’s appeal to the Ulster Leaders.

Two Pictures.

ERRATUM.


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