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Women's Involvement in the Irish Republican Army

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Dr. Azrini Wahidin traces the history of women's involvement in the Irish Republican Army between 1969 through 1998. As Catholics fought for equal rights under the law, women moved from subordinate roles like keeping watch into full participation. Women engaged in direct action, fought for equality within the movement as well as against the establishment, and were imprisoned and targeted equally with men.

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