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Recording the reflections of 32 militants, both republican and loyalist, between the ceasefire and its breakdown 18 months later, this book provides a street-level picture and also a political analysis of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. As a journalist the author refrained from either lionizing or dismissing the terrorists, and as a non-Irish American he approached the c Recording the reflections of 32 militants, both republican and loyalist, between the ceasefire and its breakdown 18 months later, this book provides a street-level picture and also a political analysis of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. As a journalist the author refrained from either lionizing or dismissing the terrorists, and as a non-Irish American he approached the conflict without preconceptions.


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Recording the reflections of 32 militants, both republican and loyalist, between the ceasefire and its breakdown 18 months later, this book provides a street-level picture and also a political analysis of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. As a journalist the author refrained from either lionizing or dismissing the terrorists, and as a non-Irish American he approached the c Recording the reflections of 32 militants, both republican and loyalist, between the ceasefire and its breakdown 18 months later, this book provides a street-level picture and also a political analysis of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. As a journalist the author refrained from either lionizing or dismissing the terrorists, and as a non-Irish American he approached the conflict without preconceptions.

29 review for "We Wrecked the Place": Contemplating an End to the Northern Irish Troubles

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cory

    Good book. A little slow at the end when it discussed the peace process in Northern Ireland. Only covered up till about '96 or '97 before the Good Friday Agreement. Good book. A little slow at the end when it discussed the peace process in Northern Ireland. Only covered up till about '96 or '97 before the Good Friday Agreement.

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