Is a better Ireland possible? Can progressive social and political forces in Ireland, north and south, unite around a common programme for democratic reform, social justice and economic equality?
Could such an alliance for change secure popular support?Eoin O Broin explores these questions, providing a radical political, economic and social critique of Ireland, north and south in the 1990s and 2000s.
He makes an honest assessment of the obstacles to building a national alliance for change, and maps out a detailed set of political, economic and social alternatives for Ireland in the 21st century. This book will be a valuable tool for activists and analysts with an interest in the future of Irish politics.