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Professors differ on
future of Ireland
(mainly Protestants) who want to Sphere of a much larger Europon
retain union with Britain. He points out, communty"-such as the Common
however, that most residents of Nor- Market-hut yet, hoth independent of
thern Ireland want peace. Britain.
"The differences lie in ethnic He sees Sands' death being made into
heritage and culture primarily, and an "occasion" and a "ritual." In the
religion, secondarily," McNamara short-term, McNamara doesn't foresee
said. "They stem from the historic any major changes, but rather sporadic
colonization of the island of Ireland by assassinations and perpetual hostility.
the British approximately 500 years
He described the present form of
government by the British as "ab-
solutely unjust," and Northern Ireland
as a "country under occupation." Mc-
Namara envisions an eventual British
withdrawal from the island, but sees
the North engaged in a bloody civil war.
Out of the six counties that make up
Northern Ireland, McNamara said he
thinks the Protestants would probably
lose the two Catholic-dominated coun-
ties to the south in such a civil war, but
the Protestant majority solidify. Thus,
in effect, the two "Catholic counties"
would secede from Northern Ireland,
joining the Repubhlic of Ireland to the
south, he said.
He said the unification of a single geo-
political Ireland is possihle, hut states,'; #>£
"it would take a great deal of
negotiation on the part of both com- Bromage
munities." He prefers the idea of two
separate Irelands operating in the ... forsees a compromise
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