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June 15, 2012 at 9:39 AM

Vote: How the euromess turns out

This weekend, Greece holds elections again, and the fate of the eurozone hangs in the balance. (New York magazine has the “absolute moron’s guide” to the crisis here). Spain’s borrowing costs are rising. The trouble is spreading to Italy. Austerity has caused a continental recession. Clyde Prestowitz wonders, what if France is next? How bad could things get? Really, really bad.

Where do you think we’re headed?

Europe and a year from now…

Read on for the top links of the week and the haiku:

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