Table of contents for The politics of Northern Ireland : beyond the Belfast Agreement / Arthur Aughey.

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Acknowledgements
1 Introduction
Part One: Conditions
2 Fate and Choice
Fate and Choice
Iron Cage and Self-Construction
Process and Action
Conclusion
3 Means and Ends
Nostalgia and Imagination
Conservatism and Radicalism
Ends and Means
4 Winning and Losing
Insight and Vision
Transition and Transformation
Conclusion
Part Two: Modifications
5 New Ideas and Old Arguments
Inwardness and Outwardness
Democratic Transformation
Historic Compromise
6 The Belfast Agreement: Archaeology and Exposition
The Archaeology of the Agreement
Institutions of the Belfast Agreement
Conclusion
7 New Beginning and Modification of Circumstances
Agreement: Duck or Rabbit?
A New Beginning
Modification of Circumstances
Conclusion
Part Three: Consequences
8 Anxiety and Expectation
Unionist Expectation
Anxiety of Process
Anxiety of Influence
Nationalist Expectation
Anxiety of Frustration
Anxiety of Impatience
Conclusion
9 Lies Noble and Ignoble
The Noble Lie
Constructive Ambiguity
Axioms and Maxims
Conclusion
10 For Better and For Worse
A Narrative of Progress
A Narrative of Regress
Verschlimmbesserung: For Better and For Worse
Conclusion
11 Afterword
References
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Northern Ireland -- Politics and government -- 1994-.
Great Britain. Treaties, etc. Ireland, 1998 Apr. 10.