In regard to the eurozone financial crisis, Chris Bowlby at BBC News asks:
Discussion among eurozone leaders about the future of their single currency has become an increasingly divisive affair. On the surface, religion has nothing to do with it – but could Protestant and Catholic leaders have deep-seated instincts that lead them to pull the eurozone in different directions, until it breaks?
So…okay…one thing I’ve definitely learned trying to advance my understanding of capitalist economics is if you want to start an argument among Keynesian, MMT, neo-classical, classical…what-ev-er…economists, bring up “the eurozone.”
(Another thing…IMF=BAD seems to be evolving into a general consensus.)
And now you want to throw religion into all that.
I’m going to pass.
Not that I doubt the validity of what the authors are saying…I’m just trying to keep my head from exploding.
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