After The FactAfter The Fact is the collective name for three separate personal responses to the collapse of the Irish property boom in 2008. Not only did the bust affect the Irish property and construction sector, its ramifications proved catastrophic to the wider economy. These three projects are motivated by a desire to understand what has been, arguably, the most significant event in Irish history since independence in 1922: the loss of sovereignty. The titles of the individual responses are:1/ The Council Adopted a Decision on Financial Assistance to Ireland and a Recommendation Setting out the Conditions for Granting that Assistance.2/ It Was Wonderful; Never In Their History Had The Dutch Seemed So Favored.3/ Thirteen Manors Exempt from Property Tax.
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