Free Ireland: Towards a Lasting Peace
"Free Ireland: Towards a Lasting Peace" is Gerry Adams' personal statement on the meaning, importance, and inspiration of modern Irish republicanism. Adams reviews the history of Irish nationalism and British policies toward it, and catalogues propaganda and human rights abuses on both sides. A new conclusion for this North American edition outlines Adams' proposal for attaining a lasting peace in Ireland, and discusses the impact of his visit to the United States in February of 1994 under the constraint of a 48-hour visa.
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