October 2, 2016

NO ONE HAS IT HARDER THAN THEIR FATHER DID:

Europe's great rethinking (John Yemma, OCTOBER 2, 2016, CS Monitor)

The EU, in one shape or form, probably will survive. Europeans are not likely at this point to forget why they wanted to transcend their fractious past. But the flow of history seems away from an ever-larger, more centralized, more homogenized union and toward a looser, more cautious confederation. Europe is rethinking itself. That it can do so in a peaceful, democratic manner is itself a historic achievement.

Posted by at October 2, 2016 3:40 PM

  

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