Sullivan, Andrew
April 1996
New Republic;4/1/96, Vol. 214 Issue 14, p42
Presents an article about the conflict between Protestants and Catholics in Ireland as of 1996. Reason behind the perpetration of violence by the Irish Republican Army (IRA); Outlook for the resumption of cyclic violence following the failure of the peace process; Implication of the support of Irish Americans for the IRA.


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