Divided Greek Voters To Decide Country’s Fate Within The Eurozone

Divided Greek Voters To Decide Country’s Fate Within The Eurozone

By Joanna Kakissis

Sunday’s referendum exposes a deep divide: Those who feel Greece is the victim of a conspiracy by global capitalism, and those who want it to act in harmony with the practices of the European Union.

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