- Title Pages
- List of abbreviations and Irish terms
- 1 Introduction
- 2 The Ulster Workers’ Council strike: the perfect storm
- 3 Understanding aspiration, anxiety, assumption and ambiguity: the anatomy of Sunningdale
- 4 Sunningdale and the Irish dimension: a step too far?
- 5 British government policy post 1974: learning slowly between Sunningdales?
- 6 British security policy and the Sunningdale Agreement: the consequences of using force to combat terrorism in a liberal democracy1
- 7 Sunningdale and the limits of ‘rejectionist’ Unionism
- 8 Stan Orme and the road to ‘Industrial Democracy’: British attempts at the politicisation of working-class Protestants in Northern Ireland, 1973–75
- 9 Power sharing and the Irish dimension: the conundrum for the SDLP in Northern Ireland
- 10 ‘1974 – Year of Liberty’? The Provisional IRA and Sunningdale
- 11 Cultural responses to and the legacies of Sunningdale
- 12 ‘Slow learners’? Comparing the Sunningdale Agreement and the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement
- The Sunningdale Agreement (December 1973)
- Sunningdale, the Ulster Workers' Council Strike and the Struggle for Democracy in Northern Ireland
- David McCann, Cillian McGrattan
- Manchester University Press
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