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By Gerry Adams (for the Irish Times)
Thirty-eight years ago Seamus Heaney wrote the poem Whatever You Say,
Say Nothing. It described “The famous Northern reticence, the tight gag
of place”. By the end of the poem all that this reticence had delivered
was “the new camp for the internees: A bomb had left a crater of fresh
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