John H. Whyte


[?-]1992; historian; The Independent Irish Party 1850-59 [[Oxford historical series; British series, ed. V. H. Galbraith et al.] (London: OUP 1958), xiii+201pp., bibliog.; ‘The Influence of the Catholic Clergy on Elections in Nineteenth Century Ireland’, in English Historical Review, Vol. LXXXV (1960), pp.239-59; The Tenant League and Irish Politics in the 1850 (Dundalgan Press 1966) 24pp. [for Irish Hist. Assoc.]; do., 1972, 25pp.; Church and State in Modern Ireland 1923-79 (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1971; rev. edn. 1980); with others, Governing with Consensus - a critique (1972), 19pp.; Catholics in Western Democracies: a Study in Political Behaviour (NY St Martin’s Press 1981), 193pp.; Is Research on the Northern Ireland Problem Worthwhile? (Belfast: QUB 1983), 16pp.; Interpreting Northern Ireland, foreword Garret Fitzgerald (London: OUP 1991), 308pp.

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