Remembering to Forget: Issues to consider when establishing structures for dealing with the past

Remembering to Forget: Issues to consider when establishing structures for dealing with the past

Hamber, B. (1998). Remembering to Forget: Issues to consider when establishing structures for dealing with the past. In Hamber, B (ed), Past Imperfect: Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland and Societies in Transition, INCORE: Northern Ireland.

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