Letter from Dublin

Fitzgerald, Mary
June 2009
Prospect;Jun2009, Issue 159, p68
The article discusses the issue concerning the economic condition in Dublin, Ireland. It states that the issue arose since people have observed that poverty is dominating the society with the increasing percentage of unemployment. The article also explains that the middle classes are blaming themselves rather than the government about the financial crisis facing the country.


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