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Edward Carson led Ulster Unionist resistance to the third Home Rule Bill, and was a brilliantly successful barrister. He was an architect of the partition of Ireland. He remains one of the most controversial and enigmatic figures within modern Irish history. Alvin Jackson's biography of Carson uses a formidable range of new evidence to unravel the complexities and ambiguities of its subject. The book was widely acclaimed on its first publication; and this new edition underlines its standing as the best introduction to Carson's life and career.