Loyalists: War and Peace in Northern Ireland
A history of the political struggle in Northern Ireland from the loyalists' perspective, "based on a series of frank and chilling interviews, both with the paramilitary leaders who mapped out loyalist strategy over the years and the gunmen who carried out the bombings and killings."--Jacket.
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