Nosemonkey's EUtopia

In search of a European identity

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Der SpiegelAmerican Capitalism vs. European Social Markets, a fairly interesting, easily-accessible piece by Jeremy Rifkind, author of EU/US comparative study “The European Dream”, following on from last week’s pieces Europe’s Commitment Anxiety and Why the European Dream Is Worth Saving. Worth a look, although as it seems to be aimed at Americans the level of assumed knowledge about both European and global politics is insanely low… Which may be a good thing or not, I dunno.

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