Irish Nationalism and Orange Unionism in Canada: A Reappraisal

  title={Irish Nationalism and Orange Unionism in Canada: A Reappraisal},
  author={Rob McLaughlin},
  pages={109 - 80}
  • R. McLaughlin
  • Published 4 January 2007
  • Political Science, History
  • Éire-Ireland
O  ,  April , just four days before the  April deadline of the ongoing Northern Ireland peace process, the independent chairman of the peace talks (and former US senator from Maine) George Mitchell and his colleagues faced yet another dilemma regarding the draft of the proposed agreement. British and Irish government officials had just delivered the first draft of the crucially important but highly controversial Strand Two portion of the negotiations, which dealt with North… 
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