April 28, 2012

The Euro Must Go

Peter Morici, Asia Times

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Austerity programs are costing Europe's governments their legitimacy. The Germans and broader European Union must dial back on deficit reduction but will never get out of their quagmire without abandoning the euro in favor of national currencies.

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