Wednesday October 28, 2020

Chapter 1: Money and power

Vincent Browne on the fall-out from the financial crisis, with a foreword by Michael Brophy

30th July, 2017


Nearly 40 years ago, Vincent Browne spectacularly displayed the making of his genius as a political inquisitor.

He was the only commentator of his day who predicted the emergence of Charlie Haughey as the leader of Fianna Fáil and his subsequent election as taoiseach, a position he was to hold on three occasions.

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