To Put Europe Back on Track Try Listening to Voters: Clive CrookClive Crook
Nov. 16 (Bloomberg) -- The European Union may not come through its current troubles in one piece. But if it does, it will need to engage, this time seriously, with fundamental questions that were raised and too quickly dismissed in the years before the euro was created.
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