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2015-01-29

In Greek crisis, Germany should learn from its fiscal past


posted at 07:38

by Harold Meyerson

If you made a list of countries you hope have learned from their past hundred years of mistakes, Germany would have to be at the top. Happily, the staunch opposition to a nativist fringe that the nation’s government and citizenry have shown in recent weeks makes it clear, again, that Germany understands the costs of bigotry and the virtues of tolerance.





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