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 On Eagle's Wing


 St Matthew's Gospel

ULSTER HALL PAGEANT - September 27th 2002

 True Sons



The English Dragon  Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix The New Testament in Scots
  A War on Islam?

 The Eleventh Hour

 Making the Peace in Ireland
The UVF  Dictionary of Symbols Trimble 
War and Peace in Northern Ireland Orangeism and the Twelfth: what it means to me  Northern Protestants: An Unsettled People 
Voices of Ulster: a Cry from the Heart   The National Way Forward INAT: Images of Serbia and the Kosovo Conflict 
The Faithful Tribe: An Intimate Portrait of the Loyal Institutions  Intimate Strangers: Political and Cultural Interaction Between Scotland and Ulster in Modern Times Seeking a Political Accommodation:
The Ulster Volunteer Force: Negotiating History
Bandit Country: the IRA and South Armagh Tarnished Brass: Crime and Corruption in the Canadian Military.   Tested Mettle: Canada's Peacekeepers at War. 
Exile and Redemption: The Torah Approach Irish Politics and the Spanish Civil War Many Shades of Black; Inside Britain's far-right.
Victims of Cluan Place   An Ulster Voice  The Ulster Unionist Party 1972 –92
Canada and the Irish Question, 1867 to the Present Ulster Loyalism and the British Media

Traditional Roots: Towards an appropriate relationship between the Church of Ireland and the Orange Order

Karl Marx and
The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds

The Third Way – an Answer to Blair  

Reasons to be Cheerful 

Godfathers, Inside Northern Ireland's Drugs Racket  

The Abolition of Britain

The Path to Freedom 

Troubled Images: Posters and Images of the Northern Ireland Conflict

The Real McCoy. W F McCoy: prophet of Ulster-nationalism.

The Summer Soldiers: The 1798 Rebellion in Antrim and Down  

Scorpions in a Bottle

Unionist Politics and the Politics of Unionism since the Anglo-Irish Agreement

Shankill Voices 1901 - 2001

The Marching Season

The Orange and the Black

Revolution from the Middle

The Committee. Political Assassination in Northern Ireland

The Billy Boys: A Concise History of Orangeism in Scotland

Independence for Northern Ireland: Why and How?

The Orange Lark God and the Gun: the Church and Irish Terrorism

The Importance of being Ulster

Enemy Within

Liberty is Strength: Thirty Years of Struggle

Ulster's Scottish connections

Ancient Tales of Ulster

The Armagh Brigade

Bear in mind these dead: a index of deaths in the conflict in Ireland 

Diary of an Uncivil War

We are the People

Turning up the heat: MI5 after the Cold War

North Belfast, 1920

Who framed Colin Wallace?

The Provisional IRA

 Poet of the People

INLA - Deadly Divisions

Self-determination? the question Ulster must answer

The Ethnostate

Negotiating Identity

Sons of the Ermine

Big Brother

Songs of  the 1798 rebellion



The Shankill: the People, the History, the Culture

Workers Hammer

Southern Partisan

The Twelfth (2002) Celebration – not Provocation

The Celtic History Review

Confederate Veteran

Notes from the Borderland


MICHAEL COLLINS The Patriot Divorcing Jack 
Some Mother's Son Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone In the Name of the Father

The Quiet American


Different Drums of Ireland Planet Ulster On Boyne's Red Shore
We Shall Remember The Eagle and the Harp A Touch of Class

The Way I Should

A Clatter o Fowk


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