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This Great Little Nation Gene Kerrigan

This Great Little Nation By Gene Kerrigan

This Great Little Nation by Gene Kerrigan

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From Ansbacher to Zoe, from state sectarianism in the 1930s to the banking tax frauds of the 1990s, from the Mary Robinson scandal to the Russell Murphy scam, this is a topical account of the controversies that have framed Irish life and contributed to its political and social debate.

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This Great Little Nation: An A-Z of Irish Scandals by Gene Kerrigan

From Ansbacher to Zoe, from Locke to Lowry, from a sex/murder scandal of the 1920s to the banking scandals of the 1990s. AIB, NIB, Littlejohn, Lenihan, Mary Robinson and Russell Murphy. Magdalen laundries and clerical sex abuse, ministerial pensions and mature recollections. From the Great Tampon Scandal of 1944 to the Arms Crisis of 1970. From Taca to Tuffy to Traynor: tax dodging, insurance churning, money laundering, pick-me-ups, heavy gangs and thundering disgraces. McCracken, Moriarty, Flood, Telecom, planning, Haughey, Burke, Bertie and Bruton. And the secrets of the PD skip. As the bank manager said to Charlie, "it's a great little nation." Other books by Gene Kerrigan Another Country Hard Cases Never Make a Promise You Can't Break.

About Gene Kerrigan

Gene Kerrigan wrote the bestselling 'Hard Cases' and 'Another Country'. He writes for the 'Sunday Independent'. Pat Brennan was deputy editor of 'Magill' magazine and the 'Sunday Tribune'. She is now an editor with RTE News.

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This Great Little Nation: An A-Z of Irish Scandals by Gene Kerrigan
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