People dare eurocrats to face the awkward future

People dare eurocrats to face the awkward future

All across Europe this weekend, newspaper columnists are speculating as to what happened.

All across Europe this weekend, newspaper columnists are speculating as to what happened. Why did the populations of France and the Netherlands, founding fathers and devotees of the European Union ideal, suddenly and savagely turn on their political classes? What a sight to behold: the very millions who have spent the last two generations calmly building brick by brick the new European politics, standing back defiantly saying no.

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