David Trimble: the price of peace
In this compelling and engaging new book, award winning journalist Frank Millar delivers David Trimble as we have never known or heard him before. Revelatory and self-critical. Trimble's honesty and candor in his discussions with Millar are remarkable for a politician still in office. Millar's knowledgeable and challenging questions result in a riveting conversation in which the Noble Peace Prize winner explains how and why he gambled everything to help London and Dublin politicize the provisional republican movement and reward his Sinn Fein enemies with a place in government.
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Goodbye to the Bloody Days
Chapter One The Angry Face of Unionism?
Chapter Two The Unionist Moderniser
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