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A new church for the unhoused
Michael Cronin

’s different faith traditions (more particularly, the dominant faith traditions). In this Punch and Judy show of the Ancients and the Moderns, the enemy is alternatively the godless or the God-​fearing Other. The effect of this false dichotomy is to conceal the very considerable overlap in concerns and values between believers and progressive secularists; notably, the mortal danger posed to both by what might be termed market totalitarianism. To contend that there is no alternative to the Market is to argue, in effect, that democracy is meaningless. Democracy, if it is to

in Tracing the cultural legacy of Irish Catholicism
Peter Murray and Maria Feeney

to ‘strengthening the mutual security and individual and collective defences of the free world’. Retrospective treaty changes sought by the US government were deemed to be incompatible with Ireland’s declared foreign policy and a Memorandum to the Government advised that should refusal to adhere ‘entail the discontinuance of all further American aid to this country after the 31st December, 1951, the Minister for External Affairs considers there is no alternative but to accept the loss involved’. Ireland remained a member of the OEEC, which it had joined in 1948 as

in Church, state and social science in Ireland
The internal factors
Ali Riaz

’, in Shamit Saggar (ed.), Race and British Electoral Politics (London: University College London Press, 1998), pp. 47–69. 141 Andrew Geddes, ‘Explaining ethnic minority representation: contemporary trends in the shadow of the past’, in Jonathan Tonge, Lynn Bennie, David Denver and Lisa Harrison (eds), British Elections & Parties Review: Volume 11 (London: Frank Cass, 2001), pp. 127–32. 142 Marian Fitzgerald, ‘There is no alternative … Black people and the Labour Party’, Social Studies Review, 4:1 (1988), 20–3. 143 Omar Khan, ‘How representative are MPs

in Islam and identity politics among British-Bangladeshis