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by John P. McCarthy
Dissent from Irish America book. McCarthy looks at various efforts far short of total withdrawal, including the 1985 Anglo-Irish Agreement and views of the Unionist majority of Northern Ireland.
Dissent from Irish America book. McCarth This book, drawn primarily from the author's writings in the Boston Irish News, challenges the simplistic view of many Irish-Americans that the Northern Irish problem would be solved by British withdrawal.
John P. McCarthy Professor Emeritus of History, Fordham University . McCarthy Professor Emeritus of History, Fordham University founding Director, Institute of Irish Studies, Fordham University, 1997-2004. Books: Twenty-first Century Ireland: A View from America (Palo Alto, CA: Academica Press, 2012) Kevin O’Higgins: Builder of the Irish State (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2006) Ireland: A Reference Guide from the Renaissance to the Present (New York: Facts on File, 2006) Dissent from Irish America (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1993) Hilaire Belloc: Edwardian Radical (Indianapolis: Liberty Press: 1978)
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Find nearly any book by John P McCarthy. European Nations: A Reference Guide from the Renaissance to the Present. ISBN 9780816072453 (978-0-8160-7245-3) Hardcover, Facts on File, 2007. Find signed collectible books: 'European Nations: A Reference Guide from the Renaissance to the Present'. McCarthy (March 17, 1884 – September 4, 1962), also known as . McCarthy or simply as John McCarthy, was an American director and screenwriter of the 1920s through 1945. He began in the film industry in front of the camera, as an actor in silent films and film shorts during the 1910s, before moving behind the camera in 1920. He usually directed his own screenplays. Although he directed the occasional drama or comedy, his specialty was the Western, which make up 28 of his 38 filmography entries.
John McCarthy, Dissent From Irish America (Lanham: University Press of America, 1993). 9. Irish Voice, March 29-April 4, 2000, p. 16. 10. Ibid. Volume 1: Europe and the World Economy. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1984.
This book, drawn primarily from the author"s writings in the Boston Irish News, challenges the simplistic view .
This book, drawn primarily from the author"s writings in the Boston Irish News, challenges the simplistic view of many Irish-Americans that the Northern Irish problem would be solved by British withdrawal. McCarthy also considers the Irish-American component to the Northern Irish situation. He analyzes contemporary and historical issues in Ireland, ranging from the 1918 electoral mandate to abortion and the church
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The book has a laudatory foreword by the former Irish president, Mary McAleese. The central message of the book is his complaint about disciplinary procedures within the Church. Using his logic it could be argued that the cracking of the party whip against Fine Gael dissenters from the recent legislation allowing abortion in Ireland was a contradiction of their rights as Irish citizens and as elected officials. His thinking reflects the common statist liberal view of the political process as the final be all and end all of moral questions, the very position criticized in Cardinal Ratzinger’s writings, which Taoiseach Enda Kenny misconstrued.