The Great Irish Recession – a particularly acute and painful metastasisation of the global financial crisis – is the defining domestic event of recent years. It brought an end to the Celtic Tiger period with a concussive thud. For the best part of a decade, the recession and its aftermath has dominated Irish discourse; it is a sprawling thing, not confined to one theatre of conflict. Its consequences have redrawn the political landscape and the...
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