Product DescriptionFor nearly two decades Dunlop had a bird's eye view of the good that politicians do, and the bad. Sitting at the shoulder of the legendary Jack Lynch during his fall from power; working with the most intriguing, charismatic and beleagured politician of his generation, Charles Haughey; observing how Haughey's worthy opponent Garret FitzGerald, turned the screw on his embattled boss; dealing with men like Des O'Malley, Ray MacSharry, Albert Reynolds, Charlie McCreevy and an up and coming young fellow called Bertie Ahern Dunlop saw it all. And Yes, Taoiseach is a sparkling, intimate and unsparing chronicle of his experiences.
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