Published by Michael Joseph UK, 1971, first printing.
Moderate to heavy dustmarking to th epage block, and foxing to the edges of the dustjacket. There are two tea stains on the lower back edge of teh dustjacket not affecting the page block or the book itself.
llustrated with thirteen black and white photographs and two maps. 367 pages including index. 220 mm x 146 mm
''There is a tendency to see the present Ulster crisis in historical and geographical isolation. The attitudes of the British and Irish governments - the one claiming that it is an internal United Kingdom concern, the other almost pretending that partition does not exist - obscure the issues still more. For only by examining events from the plantations of the seventeenth century to the riots in contemporary Belfast can Ulster be understood.'' (from the publishers' blurb)
Uncommon in hardback.