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Drawing Conclusions: A Cartoon History of Anglo-Irish Relations 1798-1998 illustrates the history of Ireland's relations with Britain, from the 1798 Rebellion to the Good Friday Agreement, with contemporary political cartoons by Irish and British artists. By Roy Douglas, Emeritus Reader at the University of Surrey, Liam Harte, Senior Lecturer in Irish Studies at St. Mary's University College, Twickenham, and Jim O'Hara, Principal Lecturer in Irish Studies at St. Mary's University College, Twickenham. Published by The Blackstaff Press, Belfast in 1998. Paperback, 350 pages.
- Chapter 14: Political violence in Northern Ireland 1969-1993 online at CAIN
- Kenneth Baker, "British lion faces Irish monkey", review of Drawing Conclusions, Electronic Telegraph, 1 August 1998