1919-1994; b. Glencree, Co. Wicklow; son of Joseph Campbell by his first wife; raised in Wicklow
and Dublin; ed. Sanford Park School, TCD, BA Econ. and Pol Science; PhD in Sociology, London
School of Economics, 1951; Head of Dept. of Education, College of All
Saints (Polytechnic), London, 1959-1980; ed. Irish Democrat for Connolly Assoc., 1946-47; resettled in Dublin with his wife Mary, c.1988,
living on Green Rd., Blackrock; author of Eleven Plus and All That: The London Grammar School (1956); issued The Dissenting Voice (1991); contributed to Irish Times, New Statesman, New Society, and Times Literary Supplement; d. suddenly 6 March, at home; survived by Mary for some years; with children, Roisín and Christopher.
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The Dissenting Voice: Protestant Democracy in Ulster from the Plantations to Partition (Belfast: Blackstaff 1991), 315pp.;
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