Northern Ireland: The General Elections of the Twenties download epub
by James Knight,Nicolas Baxter-Moore
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In general I have followed the descriptions given in my main source, James Knight and Nicolas Baxter-Moore's Northern Ireland Local Government Elections, 1973. I have made one major systematic exception: in electoral areas where a candidate or candidates described as "Unionist" were not opposed by anyone calling themselves an "Official Unionist", I have added them to the UUP tally
5 The election data that we used were taken from Knight, James and Baxter-Moore, Nicolas, Republic of Ireland: The General Elections of 1969 and 1973 (London: The Arthur McDougall Fund, 1973), and from the official.
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Baxter-Moore (1973) ‘The Election Campaign, February 1973’, in J. Knight and N. Baxter-Moore (ed., Republic of Ireland: The General Elections of 1969 and 1973 (London: Arthur McDougal Fund), p. 2. oogle Scholar. 63. C. O’Leary (1979) Irish Elections, 1918–1977: Parties, Voters and Proportional Representation (Dublin: Gill and Macmillan), p. 7. 66. M. McNamara and P. Mooney (2000) Women in Parliament: Ireland, 1918–2000 (Dublin: Wolfhound Press), p.
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: McDougall Trust (February 1972)
Pages: 80 pages