In Recession, Irish Exhibit Stoic Acceptance

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Few countries have been hit harder by the Great Recession than Ireland. But unlike some of their fellow Europeans in Paris or Athens, the Irish have responded to the stringent austerity programs imposed by their government with resignation, as opposed to protests or violence. We take a look at Irish perseverance and stoicism in the face of a global recession.

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