The Real Problem In Greece

Greece’s largest public and private sector unions went on strike today to protest austerity measures, again. Flights were grounded, hospitals ran on skeleton staff, ships were docked at port and public offices stayed shut across the country. Demonstrators threw molotov cocktails at the nation’s central bank, and smashed the windows out of privately owned businesses, as Greece’s foreign lenders prepared to meet in central Athens to review compliance with its latest bailout. The nation of roughly 11 million people is sometimes referred
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