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George J. Mitchell

From troubles to the Celtic Tiger

By George J. Mitchell
March 20, 2008

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IAN PAISLEY, who recently stepped down as first minister of Northern Ireland, was well known during his 40 years in politics for his steadfast opposition to sharing power with "the other community" in that divided society. That changed dramatically last year, when Paisley formed a power-sharing government with Sinn Fein leader Martin McGuinness. (Full article: 587 words)

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