Four years into the Euro-crisis, and the true faults of the Eurozone are finally sinking in. Except one.
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Draghi's Jackson Hole speech is about the tragedy of long-term unemployment. He calls for fundamental reform of the Eurozone's institutional structure.
Yanis Varoufakis questions the value of ECB aid to the Greek state.
For the first time in history, people have the real prospect of no longer having to work long hours in boring, repetitive and physically debilitating jobs to meet basic needs. We will have more time to spend interacting with each other, caring for each other.
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