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Contents Chronology Foreword Introduction 1. Matt Brady and May Caffrey 2. The Brady Family: Irish Republicans in the 1930s and 1940s 3. Off to College and into Sinn Féin and the IRA: 1950-1954 4. Arms Raids, Elections, and the Border Campaign: 1955-1956 5. Derrylin, Mountjoy, and Teachta D la: December 1956-March 1957 6. TD, Internee, Escapee, and Chief of Staff: March 1957-June 1959 7. Marriage and Ending the Border Campaign: June 1959-February 1962 8. Political and Personal Developments in the 1960s: March 1962-1965 9. Dream-Filled Romantics, Revolutionaries, and the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association: 1965-August 1968 10. The Provisionals: September 1968-October 1970 11. The Politics of Revolution: [E,ACU]ire Nua, November 1970-December 1972 12. International Gains and Personal Losses: January 1973-November 1974 13. The Responsibilities of Leadership: November 1974-February 1976 14. A Long War: March 1976-September 1978 15. A New Generation Setting the Pace: October 1978-August 1981 16. "Never, that's what I say to you--Never": September 1981-October 1986 17. "We are here and we are very much in business": October 1986-May 1998 Epilogue Appendix Notes on Sources Works Cited Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Ó Brádaigh, Ruairí.
Revolutionaries -- Northern Ireland -- Biography.
Northern Ireland -- Politics and government.
Northern Ireland -- Biography.