Publisher description for The Pope's children : the Irish economic triumph and the rise of Ireland's new elite / David McWilliams.

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The Pope's Children
"A brilliant guide for the layman . . . a deft dissection of social mores. It is all great fun and, you'll probably recognize yourself somewhere in there."
-Irish Independent
"A great read . . . David McWilliams is Ireland's most talked about young
economist, often credited with coining the phrase Celtic Tiger. The Pope's Children not only explains how our economic boom got going, but how it changed people's lives here, not always for the better."
-John Spain, Irish Voice
"The definitive description of the Ireland we live in. Read it and weep."
-Sunday Tribune
"It's like Tom Wolfe meets the Celtic Tiger. . . . It is bright, pacy, clever and entertaining, irreverent and full of attitude."
-Jim O'Leary, Irish economist, The Village Magazine
"This is economics with soul. . . . If you want to know what modern Ireland
is really like, this is the book to read."
-Nick Rossiter,
"Brilliant and funny."
-The Guardian

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Youth -- Ireland -- Attitudes.
Young men -- Ireland -- Attitudes.
Young women -- Ireland -- Attitudes.
Elite (Social sciences) -- Ireland -- Attitudes.
Ireland -- Social conditions -- 21st century.