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Brian Hanley

as British and they are as mystified by, and alienated from, the Northern Protestant as the Southern papist is.148 Others have argued that even in the border countiescommunity relationships remained strong (and) sectarianism was never allowed to take root’.149 Evidence suggests that the reality was far more complicated. In fact, the eruption of violence after 1969 saw the re-emergence of old suspicions and resentments which produced fear and occasionally violence. Though expression of such prejudices was widely condemned, they were reminders of an element in

in The impact of the Troubles on the Republic of Ireland, 1968–79