O'Neill, Captain the Right Honourable Terence
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The taming of the Atlantic as the greatest and most significant factor in post-war history. The Western Alliance as one of the main foundations of world peace. The Commonwealth as another. Various "blocs." Forces of violent change at work in the world. The process of drawing together--incompatible with the maintenance of diverse nations and provinces and regions? The conditions in which individuality can survive, with examples. The collective will of Northern Ireland to remain a part of the United Kingdom. Northern Ireland widening its horizons, while retaining individuality. Evidence of the world widening. Aspects of Northern Ireland's internationalism. Moving towards citizenship of the world. Drawing strength from the communities which shape us.