The New Politics of Sinn Féin

Kevin Bean

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ISBN: 9781846311468

Publication: December 1, 2007

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The New Politics of Sinn Féin is an assessment of the ideological and organizational development of Provisional republicanism since 1985. The book explores how the Republican movement has changed from an anti-state insurgency to a potential partner in governing the state it was pledged to destroy. In particular, the book attempts to consider the origins of what has become known as ‘New Sinn Féin’.

Kevin Bean is Lecturer in Irish Studies at the University of Liverpool.

Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Introduction Part I: Defining the Community Introduction to Part I 1. Shaping the Terrain: Economy, State and Civil Society 2. From Resistance Community to Community Politics 3. ‘They Haven’t Gone Away, You Know’: The Withering Away of the ‘Provisional State’? Part II: The Historic Compromise? Introduction to Part II 4. The Ideological Origins of Sinn Féin 5. On the Long Road: The Provisional Politics of Transition 6. The Historic Compromise? Conclusion: The End of a Song? Bibliography Index

The New Politics of Sinn Féin contains by far the best material on the transitions within Irish Republicanism that I have read. There are undoubtedly books on Irish republicanism but NONE has reviewed the ideological shifts that have taken place as coherently as Kevin.
Peter Shirlow   Queen’s University, Belfast

Format: Paperback

Size: 234 x 156 mm

256 Pages

ISBN: 9781846311468

Publication: December 1, 2007

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