Europe’s self-inflicted wounds are making its recession worse than the worst of the 1930s.

Source: www.washingtonpost.com

Good analysis of the never-ending Eurozone crisis. A few nice quotes: "how is Europe making the Great Depression look like the good old days of growth? Easy: by ignoring everything we learned from it." and

"They have made a desert, and called it the eurozone."

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