For decades the British and Irish have 'got used to' a situation without parallel in Europe; a cold, ferocious, persistent campaign of bombing and terror of extraordinary duration and inventiveness. At the heart of that campaign lies one man: Gerry Adams.
From the outbreak of the troubles to the present day he has been an immensely influential figure. The most compelling question about the IRA is: how did a man who condoned atrocities that resulted in huge numbers of civilian deaths also become the guiding light behind the peace process?
- Publication Date:
- 05 / 09 / 2003
- 129 x 198mm