The Irish Republican Army

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The British kept in six counties in Northern Ireland and renamed them Ulster. Southern Ireland was given its independence. ( Northern Ireland was mainly made up of a protest majority but Irish Catholics still stayed in Northern Ireland. Southern Ireland was made up of a Catholic majority...
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(Bell 32-35) The Protestant majority soon started to oppress the Catholic minority. The Catholics that remained in Northern Ireland faced discrimination and were treated as second class citizens. The I.R.A soon turned its cause to defending the Catholics that remained in Northern Ireland. The Catholics in Northern Ireland were looking for equal treatment and civil rights...
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