Maíria Cahill And Gerry Adams

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Maíria Cahill and Gerry Adams in former times

One of the rarely discussed facets of the generational war which disfigured the north-east of Ireland from the mid-1960s to the late 1990s (or early 2000s) was the widespread – if not quite common – sexual abuse or exploitation of women. Those engaged in such activities included members and supporters of all the belligerent parties to the conflict, British and Irish, regular and irregular. It is perhaps not surprising that such dreadful incidences occurred given the general breakdown in society and societal norms as a consequence of the failure of the Irish civil rights movement to effect substantial change in the face of Unionist intransigence and British indifference during the period of 1968-71 and the rapid descent into open warfare. Anarchy and brutality by state and non-state forces bred attitudes that would be far from acceptable in any normal society. The conflict…

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