Draft Memorandum 'The Ulster Question' by Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
[post-1911] Typescript draft memorandum with handwritten corrections 'The Ulster Question' by (Hagan). Based on the census returns of 1911, extrapolating demographical and religious information in analysis of political allegiances in Ulster (in 6 points). Contradicting the Unionist tenet that Home Rule ought not to be granted because it is not wanted in Ulster which 'is Unionist, wealthy, prosperous, comparatively crimeless, and has almost a monopoly of the Ulster's wealth and culture and education of the country'. Ending with a refutation of moral superiority, pointing to the high percentage in illegitimate births in Ulster. (Possibly fragmented; no conclusion offered.)
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