How Europe Can Come Together Without CollidingBy
Karl Otto Pohl smiled and looked heavenward as he stood before a roomful of moneycrats at the recent International Monetary Fund meetings in Washington. "Thank God for our French friends and neighbors," the former Bundesbank President said. "They voted yes."
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