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By J. Brewer,D. Mitchell,G. Leavey

reports of Northern Ireland's ex-combatants forget about faith, whereas advocates of non secular interventions in transitional justice exaggerate its effect. utilizing interview facts with ex-combatants, this booklet explores spiritual affects upon violence and peace, and develops a version for comparing the position of faith in transitional justice.

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