IRELAND: Slaying the Celtic Tiger
Against The Current vol. 151

O'Connor, John
Date Written:  2011-03-01
Publisher:  Against The Current
Year Published:  2011
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX13753

Like most nations, Ireland has its share of myths and legends. Most of us know a few of them — Saint Patrick drove out the snakes, the Children of Lir were turned into swans, the ancient warrior Cúchulainn took on all comers. And, since the mid-1990s, Ireland and the international community trumpeted a new myth and legend, the so-called Celtic Tiger.

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