1981: All has changed, utterly.

Tom McGurk has a piece in the Sunday Business Post today assessing the impact and legacy of the 1981 Hunger Strikes- as does Vincent Browne. McGurk concludes by asserting that, with their deaths, northern nationalists were able to bury ‘their emaciated past,’ defined by submission to the over-powering unionist state.

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