Everything Is Changing: Contemporary U.S. Movements in Historical Perspective

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Irish-American groups would be effectively undercut. That prospect, however, still does not seem likely, and as a consequence the Irish-American groups will probably continue much as they have for the past decade.


NOTES
1.
Alan J. Ward, Ireland and Anglo-American Relations, 1899-1921. ( London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1969), pp. 1-3; and F. M. Carroll, American Opinion and the Irish Questions, 1910-1923 ( Dublin: Gill & Macmillan Ltd., 1978), pp. 1-2.
2.
Ward, Ireland and Anglo-American Relations, p. 4. Also see Edward M. Levine , The Irish and Irish Politicians (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame, 1966).
3.
Carroll, American Opinion, p. 4.
4.
Charles Callan Tansill, America and the Fight for Irish Freedom, 1866-1922 ( New York: Devin-Adair Co., 1957), pp. 27-34, f. 79.
5.
Lawrence J. McCaffrey, The Irish Diaspora in America ( Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1985), p. 121.
6.
Tansill, America and the Fight for Irish Freedom, pp. 306-8, 338, 374.
7.
Carroll, American Opinion, p. 193.
8.
Ward, Ireland and Anglo-American Relations, pp. 262-67.
9.
Carroll, American Opinion, p. 183.
10.
One attempt worth noting during this interim period is that of the American Friends of Irish Neutrality. This was an effort led by Paul O'Dwyer to maintain Irish neutrality during the early days of World War II against British threats to seize Irish ports. T. Ryle Dwyer, "American Friends of Irish Neutrality," in Irish American Voluntary Organizations, ed. Michael F. Funchion (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1983), pp. 34-38.
11.
Carroll, American Opinion, p. 25.
12.
See Andrew M. Greeley, The Most Distressful Nation ( Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1972); Marjorie R. Fallows, Irish Americans: Identity and Assimilation (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1979); and Mark R. Levy and Michael S. Kramer, The Ethnic Factor: How America's Minorities Decide Elections ( New York: Touchstone Books, Simon and Schuster, 1972), pp. 122-39.
13.
This discussion of Noraid is heavily based on Warren Richey six-part series on the IRA's American Connection for the Christian Science Monitor, 14-21 January 1985; and John T. Ridge, "Irish Northern Aid Committee," in Irish American Voluntary Organizations, ed. Funchion, pp. 200-204.
14.
Warren Richey, "On the Trail of US Funds for IRA," Christian Science Monitor, 14 January 1985, p. 6.
15.
Warren Richey, "Veteran IRA Gunrunner Joe Cahill Tells His Story," Christian Science Monitor, 17 January 1985, pp. 3-4.
16.
Richey, "On the Trail," p. 8; and Robert D. McFadden, "5 Are Acquitted in Brooklyn of Plot to Run Guns to I. R. A.," New York Times, 6 November 1982, p. 31.
17.
Warren Richey, "British, Irish Officials Advise Against Donations to Noraid," Christian Science Monitor, 21 January 1985, p. 7.
18.
Joseph E. Thompson, "Irish National Caucus," in Irish American Voluntary Organizations, ed. Funchion, pp. 177-83.

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