Ref NoA44/1/2/2/2
TitleLetter from [Kevin Boyle] to Bernadette Devlin
DescriptionMS letter, attached in the papers to the previous letter by Boyle to Devlin and is entitled "I have debated with myself what to do against the motion..." The document outlines Boyle's feeling and comments on motions on internmal tension amongst the Civil Rights Movement, the Civil Rights Association and the People's Democracy group regarding guidance principle and actions. "I have debated defying this illegetimate motion, but on second thoughts I shall not because I am confident that the inconsistant poistion adopted by P.D. is unlikely to last" and goes on to say how if things do not revert Boyle will have "No alt[ernative] but to resign" and doing so in principles.
Date[Jan 1968]
FormatManuscript
Extent1 item, 2 pp
Persons
CodePersonNameDatesParallel forms of name
DS/UK/32Boyle; Kevin (1943-2010); Human Rights activist, barrister, lecturer.1943-2010
DS/UK/35Devlin; Bernadette (1947-); Member of Parliament 1969-1974, Northern Irish Political Activist1947-
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