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Good Friday, the Death of Irish Republicanism

Good Friday, the Death of Irish Republicanism

by Anthony McIntyre, Ed Moloney


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ISBN-13: 9781932982749
Publisher: Ausubo Press
Publication date: 08/08/2008
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Former IRA volunteer and ex-prisoner, spent 18 years in Long Kesh, 4 years on the blanket and no-wash/no work protests which led to the hunger strikes of the 80s. Completed Phd at Queens upon release from prison. Left the Republican Movement at the endorsement of the Good Friday Agreement, and went on to become a journalist. Co-founder of The Blanket, an online magazine that critically analyzed the Irish peace process.

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Ed Moloney

When McIntyre wrote all this...he was scorned and ridiculed...The passage of time has brought vindication... (Ed Moloney, author of A Secret History of the IRA)

Malachi O'Doherty

For historians and other journalists, the writings of Anthony McIntyre are an invaluable resource...No future histories of the period and the [peace] process will have any credibility if they don't draw on it. (Malachi O'Doherty, author of Empty Pulpits: Ireland's Retreat from Religion)

Richard English

"Highly intelligent, honest and original. McIntyre's book should be read by anyone with an interest in modern Irish republicanism."--(Richard English, author of Armed Struggle: The History of the IRA)

Mick Hall

...When future historians come to write about the period between 1969 to 2005 McIntyre's book will be essential reading, for he was amongst the first to realize that the entire northern Irish peace process was orchestrated by synchronized lying... (Mick Hall, Organized Rage)

Ruth Dudley Edwards

Although Anthony McIntyre and I are poles apart politically, I admire his fine, incisive, honest and brave journalism. Anyone who truly wants to understand the underbelly of the Irish peace process should read Good Friday. (Ruth Dudley Edwards,

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