American journalist John Conroy lived in Belfast, the largest city in Northern Ireland, for several years during the early 1980s at the time of the conflict known as “The Troubles.”

American journalist John Conroy lived in Belfast, the largest city in Northern Ireland, for several years during the early 1980s at the time of the conflict known as “The Troubles.” Belfast Diary tells the story of his experiences there, which included the 1981 Hunger Strikes. Conroy lived in a a working-class Catholic, nationalist area, although in his book he also writes about the Protestant, Unionist community in Northern Ireland and the British. Write a response to Conroy’s account of life during the Troubles (c. 500-600 words).