Kill No More

The murders of two children trigger a backlash against the I.R.A.

THERE IS SELDOM SOLACE IN THE DEATH OF CHILdren. Yet delicate sprouts of hope seem to have come from the tragic murders of Tim Parry, 12, and Johnathan Ball, 3, caught two weeks ago in a vicious Irish Republican Army terrorist bomb blast that tore through a British shopping mall. Susan McHugh, a Dublin mother of two, was so angered by the violence, which claimed six more lives last week, that she has started a new movement to search for peace in Northern Ireland. Hundreds of concerned people turned out for an organizing meeting last Wednesday. McHugh said the I.R.A. "does...

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