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How Syriza is charting a radical path out of Eurozone-imposed antidemocracy.


What you’re seeing with the election of Syriza is a kind of slow-motion democracy. Twenty governments have fallen because of the mess they created, and finally you have a government that has a mandate to stand up to European authorities.

Economist Mark Weisbrot talks about the Greek election, imposed austerity and the slow motion return of democracy to Europe.

Mark writes about the Greek election in How Greece Could Change the Future of Europe for Vice and Greece: ECB Kicks Syriza in the Face; Syriza Turns the Other Cheek for Huffington Post.

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Mark Weisbrot

Mark Weisbrot is co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research.


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