United States Congressional Hearings on Human Rights in Northern Ireland
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United States Congressional Hearings on Human Rights in Northern Ireland testimony from Paul Mageean on behalf of CAJ. by Paul Mageean

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Published by CAJ in Belfast .
Written in English

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SeriesCAJ submission -- no.S.77
ContributionsCommittee on the Administration of Justice., United States Congressional Hearings on Human Rights.
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Open LibraryOL19275438M

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