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Radio review: Celtic tiger hangover crosses class divisions

Class made its appearance in Ireland during the late Celtic tiger era in a way unseen since the 1900s.

22nd November, 2008

Class made its appearance in Ireland during the late Celtic tiger era in a way unseen since the 1900s.

It brought a new type of purring, arrogant people, who were typified by the financiers who occasionally deign to say a word on the current hames.

But things might just be returning to normal. Usually, you can get an idea of the two class extremes from Liveline and Marian Finucane. Everyone rings Liveline – this week...

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