Does the left have a voice in the euro crisis?

The demonstrators did not attack the euro and denounce the men who had fitted it over Europe like a warder fitting a straitjacket over a prisoner. It never occurred to them that 100 years from now financial historians may be writing grimly comic accounts of how “moderate” bureaucrats and politicians of the utmost respectability fell for the utopian folly of creating a single currency, and assumed it could work without a single government that might act as a lender of last resort and redistribute wealth from its rich to poor regions.
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2 thoughts on “Does the left have a voice in the euro crisis?

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