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Europe: What Is To Be Done?

Conn M. Hallinan Dispatches From The Edge
The Greek election was a warning that, while wealth and political power may be related, they are not the same thing: Governments can be overturned. Europe needs answers. The Greek crisis is a crisis of the entire EU. To one extent or other, every country - even Germany, the EU's engine - is characterized by falling or anemic wage growth, increasing economic inequality, spreading deflation, and an overall decline in living standards.

Greece Needs an Exit Option

Dean Baker Al Jazeera America
Greece needs a viable exit option, both because it may actually want to go this route and also because it needs greater bargaining power with the troika.
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