In 1920, Ireland got incorporated in the United Kingdom of Great Britain Northern Ireland is a Christian country but divided into Catholics and Protestants. The Catholics have a history of racial and social discrimination, they have been poorer compared to the Protestants. After the partition of the island of Ireland in Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland:
*Northern Ireland had Catholics in the minority, the region was and continues to be an ethnically heterogeneous society.
*Apart from this heterogeneity, inequality with the Catholic community also exists, they suffer disadvantage relative to the Protestants.
*The Catholics were discriminated in the allocation of housing, electoral system, and the labor market.
*In Northern Ireland, the Catholics are more likely to be poor compared to the Protestants. The Catholics of Northern Ireland have a history of social discrimination. As a result, both the community conflicts.
The French wanted to educate the Vietnamese so that they could be modernized and adapt the French culture; so that they could have more control over Vietnamese.
The consequences of the education policy had a contrary effect and created nationalism in Vietnamese. This feeling was aroused due to the partiality did between the French and Vietnamese. But there was also a chunk of people that emphasized on French education policy.
So, one group would respect the French sentiments and ideals while other would oppose them.
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