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In essence, he was seeking a mandate for his policy of piecemeal reform. However, his success in this was questionable, with a number of unionist politicians being elected on an anti-O’Neill ticket. Even within his own party, a significant number of MPs were actively opposed to or refused to support O’Neill’s modest reforms. His position continued to deteriorate, and within two months O’Neill was forced to resign as Prime Minister. The crossroads election also led to change within the Catholic community, with a number of civil rights activists taking seats from the Nationalist Party.
8 Derry Journal, 9 February 1965; Curran, Derry, pp. 31–2. 9 White, John Hume, p. 38. , pp. 38–9. 11 Derry Journal, 12 and 19 February 1965; Curran, Derry, pp. 32, 33. 12 Curran, Derry, p. 33; E. McCann, War and an Irish Town (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974), pp. 23, 230–1; O’Leary and McGarry, The Politics of Antagonism, pp. 164–5. 13 Derry Journal, 6 August 1965. 14 Ibid. 15 For example, see D. ’, Christus Rex, 8:4 (1959), and G. B. Newe, ‘The Catholic in the Northern Ireland community’, Christus Rex, 18:1 (1964).
Indeed, the leftist disposition of the party was given great emphasis as Fitt read out a considerable list of socialistic objectives including the achievement of a fair distribution of wealth, a minimum wage, and the establishment of state industries. 16 In this, the SDLP showed the same order of priorities that Hume had declared in his election to Stormont 18 months earlier: the need for social and economic reform came before any idea of constitutional change. However, unlike Hume’s Stormont manifesto, the founding statement of the SDLP did declare the party in favour of Irish reunification.