The Seeds of the EU’s Crisis Were Sown 60 Years AgoClive Crook
May 24 (Bloomberg) -- The arc of Europe’s postwar history is turning toward tragedy. It isn’t just that much of the continent has fallen into a new Great Depression, or that in some countries things will get worse before they get better. It isn’t even that the whole mess was avoidable. It’s that the crisis is dividing Europe along the very lines the European project was intended to erase.
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