By William K. Black
July 4, 2016 Bloomington, MN
This is the fourth column in my seven-part series discussing the seven-barrel shotgun blast of articles that the New York Times published attacking the vote by those who favored BREXIT. This column addresses Paul Krugman column on BREXIT.
Paul Krugman [Part 4]
Paul Krugman also wrote an attack on “populist[s].”
It seems clear that the European project – the whole effort to promote peace and growing political union through economic integration – is in deep, deep trouble. Brexit is probably just the beginning, as populist/separatist/xenophobic movements gain influence across the continent.