My American Struggle for Justice in Northern Ireland
Sean McManus tells his struggle to fight for Catholic equality in Northern Ireland.
For almost forty years, Fermanagh native Fr. Sean McManus has been at the heart of the Irish-American campaign to pressurise the British Government regarding injustice in Northern Ireland.
This is a deeply personal account of how his lone voice mainstreamed Northern Ireland on Capitol Hill, after the Catholic Church moved him from Britain in 1972 to stop him condemning injustice in Northern Ireland.
Former Congressman Ben Gilman, Chairman of the House International Relations Committee, has declared: 'No one has done more than Father McManus to keep the U.S. Congress on track regarding justice and peace in Ireland'.
An interesting insight into the trials and tribulations in the struggle for justice in Northern Ireland.
|Publisher||The Collins Press|
|Publication date||15 May 2011|