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James Carroll

How peace arrived in Northern Ireland

By James Carroll
May 21, 2007

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"HAVE THE PATIENCE to work for a just and lasting peace," the American president said. "Reach for it and the United States will reach with you." Bill Clinton made that promise to Protestant and Catholic Irish people gathered in Derry's Guildhall Square late in 1995. Because the Irish found just that patience, their work for peace was rewarded two weeks ... (Full article: 769 words)

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