Ireland Can Only Be United Socially, Not Geographically

As speculation mounts over the political future of the island, there is a distinct shortage of advocacy for social, rather than geographic unity. Thomas Makem’s famous ballad Four Green Fields is an allegory for Ireland’s four provinces, only three of which have been returned to her since independence. The idea that Ulster — the fourth … Continue reading Ireland Can Only Be United Socially, Not Geographically