Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Missing a Link

In 1964, in a letter to John Montague, the Ulster poet John Hewitt said:

"I always maintained that our loyalties had an order to Ulster, to Ireland, to the British Archipelago, to Europe; and that anyone who skipped a step or missed a link falsified the total. The Unionists missed out Ireland: the Northern Nationalists (The Green Tories) couldn't see the Ulster under their feet; the Republicans

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