October 3, 2011

Will America Pay for Europe's Bailout?

David Frum, CNN

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Americans had better hope that these negotiations succeed, because it's very doubtful that the United States can avoid being dragged into an emergency euro rescue.

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TAGGED: Italy, Spain, Portugal, United States, Greece, Eurozone

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