October 7, 2010

What Happened to the United States of Europe?

Roger Cohen, New York Times

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European patriotism is a near oxymoron these days -- unless someone is gripping a 5-iron.

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TAGGED: Geert Wilders, Netherlands, European Union, EU, Eurozone, Europe

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