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Orangeism : The Making of a Tradition

Events centred around the Drumcree Parish Church and the Garvaghy Road have focused worldwide attention on the Orange Order and the Loyal orders in general. Taking its name from the historic figure of William of Orange the Orange Order has become, in the eyes of many, synonymous with bigotry and triumphalism. Much of the history of the Order remains untold and unexplored. In this study of the history of Orangeism, Kevin Haddick-Flynn presents the reader with a comprehensive and definitive account of the Order from its foundation in the 17th century through centuries of growth and conflict and brings us right up to 1999 and the turmoil of recent years culminating in the schism in the order in the wake of the murder of three Quinn brothers in the Summer of 1998.

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