A New Ireland
John Hume, a founding member of Ireland’s Social Democratic and Labor Party, spoke at the National Archives about his book A New Ireland: Politics, Peace, and Reconciliation. He talked about his approach to peace and the influence of Martin Luther King, Jr. and American democracy on his philosophy of achieving peace. close
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John Hume Member United Kingdom (Social Democratic & Labour)
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