Peace Protest as Simulacrum.
Encounters with modern Ireland.
Institute of Public Administration, pp. 91-96.
On 9 February 1996, the Irish Republican Army bombed its way out of the ceasefire which had given peace to Ireland for seventeen months. All over the country, this dramatic event triggered a sequence of actions which departed in many ways from conventional protests.
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