Adams, MP for West Belfast and President of Sinn Fein talks about the future of republicanism after the IRA
Recorded live at the ICA on 22 November 2005
Coinciding with the publication of his personal manifesto, Gerry Adams, MP for West Belfast and President of Sinn Fein, came to the ICA to present a landmark lecture on the future for Irish republicanism following the standing-down of the IRA.
Adams was interviewed on everything from the future of republicanism to the idea of multiculturalism to the progress of the war on terror by Peter Taylor, the author of Provos and maker of the recent BBC series The New Al-Queda.
This talk was part of the series "The End of Multiculturalism?", looking at the future for multiculturalism in Britain and in Europe after the suicide bombings of July 2005.
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