January 22, 2013

Eurozone Family Has Trust Issues

Charles Crawford, The Commentator

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In the end, cheating and fecklessness does not work for individuals. And it can't -- and more importantly won't -- work for governments

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TAGGED: France, Germany, Eurozone, Europe


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