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Sunday 23 April 2017

Peasant people can't accept the blame

I read the article by Maeve Dineen (Irish Independent, January 27) criticising Enda Kenny's comments. It was strong on opinions less so on facts.

As stated by Yeats, "We are a peasant people" who refuse to countenance blame for anything and take on the role of victimhood with alacrity.

The fact is that we did "go mad on borrowing".

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