Peace in Ireland: Two States, One People
Mowbray, 1995 - 199 pages
Peace in Ireland addresses the recent events in Ireland, viewing them in a wider human and historical context. It considers the way the power of people has triumphed over flawed political structures, providing a victory for the peacemakers.
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