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God Save Ulster!: The Religion and Politics of Paisleyism

by Steve Bruce

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0192852175, Paperback)

This book is the first serious analysis of the religious and political career of Ian Paisley, the only modern Western leader to have founded his own Church, the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster, and his own political party, the Democratic Unionist Party. Paisley's enduring popularity and success--in 1979, he received more votes than any other member of the European Parliament--mirror the complicated issues that continue to plague Northern Ireland. Using considerable unpublished documentary material, Bruce provides unique insight into Unionist politics and religion in Northern Ireland today.

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