Explain the historical differences that separate the Catholic communities from the Protestants in Northern Ireland. Use at least one Internet source in addition to the text to answer this question.
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Let me give you a few basic issues to jump-start your brain on these topics:
1. There is a huge body of thought that holds the religious divide hides more than it reveals. While there are real confessional differences and these are fundamental and sincere, the real issue is the use of Protestantism to defend the upper classes, the "orange" character of the province is based on this use of religion to defend material interests.
2. Protestants are the core of the upper classes, while Catholics are behind in all respects: education, housing, jobs, skills, income.
3. Northern Ireland was that part of Ulster (it is not the whole of Ulster) that was the most industrialized, the most necessary to the Royal Navy and that area of the region that could get a plausible ...
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