Shared Convictions

Kevin Connolly talks to three paramilitary prisoners, all serving life sentences in Ireland for brutal murders, who became passionate and disciplined students. Their fields of study included Karl Marx, the Bronte Sisters, the saxophone riff from Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty and former Albanian dictator Enver Hoxha.

Did prison education made them moderates or better-educated extremists?

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Kevin Connolly talks to three paramilitary prisoners, all serving life sentences in Ireland for brutal murders, who became passionate and disciplined students. Their fields of study included Karl Marx, the Bronte Sisters, the saxophone riff from Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty and former Albanian dictator Enver Hoxha.

Did prison education made them moderates or better-educated extremists?