November 1, 2012

Spain's Economic Outlook Is Positively Dismal

Lisa Abend, Time

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On Oct. 25, Spain’s economic crisis came home to Miguel Angel Domínguez. Owner of a small bookstore in the southern city of Granada, the 53-year-old was due to be evicted from the shop and the apartment connected to it, a place where he had lived and worked for the past 30 years. But just hours before police showed up to turn him out of his home, a brother found Domínguez dead, his body dangling in the patio out back.

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