The long march: the political strategy of Sinn Fin, 1981-2007 by Martyn

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"Martyn Frampton explores the recent evolution of Sinn Fin, from the 'birth' of the modern party in 1981 to the latest Irish General Election. He analyses the strategic objectives and ideology underpinning Sinn Fin's activity across this period, with particular focus on the years of the Northern Irish peace process."
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