GCSE history Northern Ireland in the 1960's and relations with ROI (O'neill's policies)

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Question 1

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Who did O'neill meet with to improve ROI relations?
Answer
  • Bernadette devlin
  • Sean lemass
  • William conway
  • Brian faulkner

Question 2

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Select the two ways in which O'neill improved relations with NI nationalists
Answer
  • Visited william conway, spiritual leader
  • Brought their issues to stormont
  • Employed more catholics
  • Increased funding for catholic churches

Question 3

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What year was NICRA etablished?
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  • 1978
  • 1963
  • 1959
  • 1967

Question 4

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12 OUPs called for O'neill's resignation. On which date did they do this?
Answer
  • 24th november 1969
  • 30th december 1967
  • 30th january 1969
  • 18th august 1968

Question 5

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What date did O'neill officially resign?
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  • 16th february 1967
  • 30th december 1969
  • 30th january 1969
  • 28th april 1969

Question 6

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Who succeeded O'neill after his resignation?
Answer
  • Brian faulkner
  • James chichester clark
  • Austin currie
  • Sean lemass

Question 7

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How many jobs were created as a result of O'neill's economic policies?
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  • Over 20,000
  • Over 43,000
  • Over 30,000
  • Over 35,000

Question 8

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How much money did O'neill invest into creating five economic zones and updated existing industries?
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  • £900m
  • £500m
  • £100m
  • £700m

Question 9

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O'neill established an economic council in 1963 as one of his economic policies. Who was appointed as the leader of this council?
Answer
  • Eddie macateer
  • Gerry fitt
  • Brian faulkner
  • Harold wilson

Question 10

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NICRA organised a march from coalisland to dungannon in response to bad allocation of housing. When was this?
Answer
  • June 1969
  • August 1970
  • August 1968
  • July 1967
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