It may seem easy to push the scandals within the Catholic church out in the political periphery. After all, we have been witnessing them for decades. Now more and more unmarked children's graves are being discovered in Canada. It reveals the state's systemic abuse of the country's indigenous peoples; one abuse seems to merge with the other, across time, theme and national borders. It is about the mechanisms that enable a society to use legitimate violence against its most defenseless.
These mechanisms are particularly well explored in Ireland, a country that has been for centuries. . .
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