Making sense of contemporary Ireland

‘The talk these days is mostly of emigration, who is leaving, or who has gone, or is thinking about going.” Gerald Dawe wrote those words in 1988, as economic circumstances forced ‘‘well-educated people, with small families or just married’’ out of t

6th March, 2010

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By Gerald Dawe

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