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NI

  1. 1. Irish Free State
  2. 2. Irish Free State
  3. 3. NATIONALISTS UNIONISTSRELIGION They are Roman Catholics They are Protestants from EnglandThey colonized the country in 19th centuryGOVERNMENTAn elected parliament governs the country.There is no written constitution.Protestant tend to hold most elected positionsLANGUAGEEnglish is spoken as the official languageGaelic is also spoken although it’sdisappearing.It’s considered the language of the poor.English is spoken as the official languageUSEOFSPACEAll the decisions taken are made to preserve PUBLIC SECURITY.Cars are not allowed in some streets.Cars in parking lots are given an inspection.Graffiti and murals appear everywhere
  4. 4. NATIONALISTS UNIONISTSLANDThey have been given less fertile and moremountainous parcels.They have taken the best lands for farmingLABOURThey are excluded from skilled jobs.Historically, they have earned lower wagesMany Cat. are unemployedThey tend to own businessThey work in skilled jobsSOCIALCLASSESThey tend to be unskilled workers.They tend to be poorer due to economicinequality (related to religion and ethnicity)They are believed to be lazy and irresponsibleThey live in separate enclaves, they go todifferent schools.They have larger families.They consider themselves as SUPERIOR.They are the “professional and business class”.They tend to own the majority of business andlarge farms.They constitute the economic, social and politicalelite.Their accent and manners and British.Most of them belong to the Orange Order.

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