June 7, 2011

A European Generation Takes to the Streets

Rohr & Zuber, Der Spiegel

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For weeks, hundreds of young people have been camping out in central Madrid. And others across Europe have now begun following their example. Protests in Lisbon, Paris, Athens and elsewhere show that Europe's lost generation has finally found its voice.

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