Greeks Want Compromise, Not Posturing

The creditors' latest terms aren't austerity, and leaders should accept them

Looking stormy.

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Greece's ruling party, Syriza, is trying  to stand on principle rather than accept a deal with the country's creditors that would stave off bankruptcy. That's a mistake: Greek voters may soon punish their political leaders for their inept negotiating.

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