Government is afraid to speak of Easter week

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By Gerry Adams

When the Government first unveiled its commemoration programme for 1916, it was widely viewed as short-term, shambolic and superficial. Since then a former leader of Fine Gael put forward the view that the Rising was not needed and was a civil war.

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