Prepared to Change

The Good Friday Agreement and its endorsement in referendums by the people of Ireland is the most important political development in recent Irish history. It was accompanied by a sense of great hope from those who wanted or were prepared to tolerate change, and outright rejection and hysteria from those who were against it.

—Gerry Adams, Belfast, July 2003

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~ by Jay Taber on April 16, 2007.

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