November 18, 2012

Europe's New Fascists

William Wheeler, New York Times

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European leaders must not cede the battleground in the war of ideas. They should publicly denounce parties that espouse racist doctrines and spew hate-filled rhetoric and clearly define and defend the shared values of an increasingly integrated Europe.

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TAGGED: Greece, Hungary, Golden Dawn, Europe

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