Ireland Conflict With
The article went into detail about Price’s life as a revolutionary and included the legal battle over the release of her taped interviews (conducted by Ed Moloney, Left Top) that were being housed in the Treasure Room of the John J. Burns Library at Boston College.
There were many other interviews that IRA participants had participated in (conducted by Anthony McIntyre Left Bottom) with the agreement that the interviews would not be released until after their death, which came to be known as The Belfast Project.
But perhaps the most plaguing question is the most simple question: Should the individuals in this book ever opened their mouths or should they have practiced the art of silence, as Seamus Heaney (Left in 2009) states in his poem “Whatever You Say, Say Nothing?”
Northern reticence, the tight gag of place
And times: yes, yes. Of the "wee six" I sing
Where to be saved you only must save face
And whatever you say, you say nothing.