The Sunset of the "Celtic Tiger" Led to the Dawn of the "Horsewich"

Hallinan, Conn
February 2013
Foreign Policy in Focus;2/26/2013, p2
An essay is presented which offers the author's comments on the Great Horsemeat Crisis in Europe which followed the economic expansion in Ireland in the late 1990s. The author says that there has been widespread hypocrisy during the horsemeat crisis. According to the author, austerity programs have forced poor families to depend on cheap meat.


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