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Religious Madness in Ulster

By James A. Haught Back in 1986, I went with an editor group to Northern Ireland, where we saw religious-political horror in full bloom. “Interface streets” between Catholic and Protestant neighborhoods had 20-foot-high “peace walls” — barricades to prevent snipers on either side from shooting families on the other side. British police checkpoints and armored […]

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