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Economist: Italy’s recent election could doom the Euro

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The international weekly surveys the damage done by the country’s last election  – in which the two top vote-getters were the clownish and corrupt former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (30 percent) and Beppe Grillo (25 percent), a stand-up comedian — and wonders if this is a mortal blow for the common European currency: [W]hoever is chosen, and whatever government is cobbled together,...

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