An Irish Voice: The Quest for Peace
By: Gerry Adams (author)Paperback
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Published in association with New York's Irish Voice newspaper An Irish Voice chronicles the recent events in Northern Ireland through a series of essays begun in 1992 when Naill O'Dowd asked Sinn F e in president, Gerry Adams, to write a weekly column for Irish Voice. What started as reports on the state of Sinn F e in and the Irish Republican movement quickly turned into a log of the peace process in Northern Ireland.
Gerry Adams is the President of Sinn F e in. Along with John Hume of the SDLP, he is the architect of the Hume-Adams Initiative that is the basis of the current peace process in Northern Ireland. He is the author of several other books including: Free Ireland: Towards a Lasting Peace, Falls Memories, and The Street and other Stories all published by Roberts Rinehart. He lives in West Belfast.
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