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This leaflet, issued by the IWG in November 1993, compiles articles and leaflets from the IWG and the LRCI during that year. The focus is on the ‘Hume/Adams’ talks and the broader context in the North during that period.
So there are pieces that examine the aftermath of the Shankill and Greysteel attacks, another which is a reprint from Workers Power entitled ‘Behind the Peace Talks’. Matt Docherty assesses the situation in the context of ‘recent historic changes in world politics’ and a piece looks at the SWM and Militant responses to the peace process.