Never Give Up: Selected Writings


A collection of personally selected writings by Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams showcasing his unique perspective on topics as diverse as his family, friends, Brexit, women and justice for all, and the GAA.
Gerry Adams is known as a man of strong opinions and a quirky sense of humour. 'Never Give Up' is a varied compilation of selected, reworked pieces that Gerry has written since 2009. They cover many issues. Some are fairly serious, others are very serious indeed. A few are whimsical. All will be enjoyed. The book gives an insight into the manoeuvring behind the scenes of political events, and how he became wrapped up in moments of history, both in Ireland and abroad, such as the funerals of Nelson Mandela and Fidel Castro. The book provides an insight into the private life of Ireland's best-known politician, including some very turbulent times in Gerry's life, such as his move from West Belfast to Co. Louth, and his passions, like hiking and the Antrim GAA teams. The book opens with a heartfelt tribute to his close friend and political ally, the late Martin McGuinness.
Gerry Adams has been president of Sinn Fein since 1983. He is TD for the constituency of Louth and East Meath in the Dail (the Irish parliament). He has published several successful books.

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POLITICAL SCIENCE / American Government / General; Political activism; British Isles; ANF: Politics