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The Provisional IRA: From Insurrection to Parliament

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Documents in chilling detail how the British government turned to violent and illegal measures in its fight against Irish Republicanism.
Paperback, 256 pages
Published June 24th 2011 by Pluto Press (first published June 2011)
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John
Most anticipated analysis of where the Provos went right and where they went wrong, written by former hunger striker and political prisoner Tommy McKearney. McKearney thinks the IRA was right to put away the gun but wrong to enter parliament, at least without a mass social movement front and center. Sinn Fein is currently articulating a leftist vision of Irish society, but will this last, or will they seek to occupy the space of Fianna Fail?
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