After a UI has been established?

The Cedar Lounge Revolution

Entertaining line in Newton Emerson’s latest – which by the by argues that in a UI he coming from a unionist perspective might be in Ireland but not ‘of’ Ireland. And he asks some interesting questions about how unionists would assimilate, suggesting that for many it would be a case of retreat …

However, the Plymouth Brethren model uncannily mirrors Protestant experience in the Republic after independence: a regrouping into small, proud, self-contained communities, with dimensions beyond religion and geography.

Having a part foot in that camp and more than a passing acquaintance with same over the years, there’s something to it. Though I wonder if the much greater numbers, geographic concentration and so on would see a political post-unionism playing a much more robust role in a future UI. I would tend to hope so.

Emerson ends on a pessimistic note:

Growing up in Portadown, I noticed Brethren people…

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