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D G Boyce

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In October 1968, a problem which the British people thought vanished forever re-emerged. For the first time in nearly half a century, Irish questions began to make headlines in the British press, and a catalog of expressions with which past generations were only too familiar—"loyalist," "separatist," "Ulster Volunteer Force," and "Irish Republican Army"—once again became the everyday reading of the British public, to their dismay and disbelief.