Northern Ireland to-day- towards a social analysis outlineof some elements of a social analysis of Northern Ireland by Conference of Major Religious Superiors. Ireland.

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Statementpresented to the C.M.R.S. Northern Ireland Council by the C.M.R.S. Justice Office, February 1988.
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Pagination16 p. ;
Number of Pages16
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