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    Default Best New Books on Irish Politics 2006

    Well to be honest there were not too many and the only ones I found at all were the follwoing;

    Accountability in Irish Parliamentary Politics. Muiris MacCarthaigh

    Breaking the Mould: Progressive Democrats Changed Irish Politics Stephen Collins

    Party Time, Gorwoing up in Politics, Johnny Fallon

    Anyone else read anything worthwhile on Irish politics this year?

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    Default Re: Best New Books on Irish Politics 2006

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    Breaking the Mould: Progressive Democrats Changed Irish Politics Stephen Collins
    i object to the inclusion of this load of fawning dross

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    Something else from 2006.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiel View Post
    Something else from 2006.
    What is?
    After all, tomorrow is another day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bea C View Post
    What is?
    Sorry.

    Just a thread from boom time.

    No mention of impending bust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiel View Post
    Sorry.

    Just a thread from boom time.

    No mention of impending bust.
    I've found books from around then about 'banking disasters'.
    After all, tomorrow is another day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiel View Post
    Sorry.

    Just a thread from boom time.

    No mention of impending bust.
    Some were warning of an impending downturn. Cochrane even had a thread about a possible downturn in the Irish economy dated back in 2006.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiel View Post
    Sorry.

    Just a thread from boom time.

    No mention of impending bust.
    Ah the Golden Era of P.ie - when there were as many, or fewer, clairvoyants than there are now. Here's a thread from 2004 that didn't predict the aircraft disaster in the Ukraine - http://www.politics.ie/forum/current...g-schools.html

    Do you know why? Because it was focused on an entirely different topic...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Munnkeyman View Post

    Do you know why? Because it was focused on an entirely different topic...
    I just had a cheese and courgette omelette with salad. Beat that!

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