In Northern Ireland, the conflicting claims and aspirations of Catholic and Protestant, nationalist and unionist, republican and loyalist grate against each other, at each turn escalating the potential for renewed death and destruction. Hope for a peaceful future is not enough to contend with history. A Belfast product of mixed Catholic and Protestant heritage, Jack Holland is both of and above the fray; he is the writer who has stayed close to the terrorists and antiterrorists of every persuasion since 1966. In this history, he unravels the complex and often misunderstood story of 'the troubles,' offering a look at the past, a thorough vision of the present, and a glimpse of what the future may hold.
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Subtítulo: COURSE OF CONFLICT IN NORTHERN IRELAND, THE