What do an international rugby coach, a renowned sociologist-cum-economist and a Harvard professor have in common?
What do an international rugby coach, a renowned sociologist-cum-economist and a Harvard professor have in common? The answer came in late 2005 as the Fianna Fail parliamentary party gathered for its annual think-in at Ballyconnell, Co Cavan. Bruised by faltering opinion polls and bloodied by a series of by-election defeats, the party was desperately seeking a combination of ideas and inspiration.
Maureen Gaffney, chairwoman of the National Economic and Social Forum, was there to brief the...
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