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Neither Bonaparte Nor Clever Capitalism Could Hold Europe Together

The worries that brought Europe together after WWII now pull it apart. Greek and other debtors can't pay. German and other creditors can't collect. The Germans call the Greeks layabouts and chiselers. The Greeks call the Germans worse. The centrifugal forces don't stop at the borders. Belgium has been without a central government for 16 months, and prospers. Thoughtful Italians of the north must resent Garibaldi