Minority Reporter

Scotland's Attitude Towards Her Own Irish

By Phil Mac Giolla Bhain

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Following the successful format of Phil s previous best seller, Downfall, Minority Reporter blends pertinent articles and fresh observations on the controversial topic of anti-Irish racism in parts of Scotland. Mac Giolla Bhain contends that if comments made about the Irish were made about other cultures they d be more readily accepted as racist. The legacy of anti-Irish racism is acknowledged in this book which explores its roots, causes and effects. Mac Giolla Bhain discusses The Famine Song, deemed by Scottish courts to be racist yet it remains to be condemned by many in the media.

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Additional Information

Format Paperback
Imprint Books Noir
Publication Date 8 Aug 2013
ISBN 9781904684732
Number of Pages 304

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