Commentary: Europe's Economic Crisis NPR Senior News Analyst Dan Schorr reflects on the development of the European Union's common market, and the economic fallout from the financial crisis in Greece.
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NPR Senior News Analyst Dan Schorr reflects on the development of the European Union's common market, and the economic fallout from the financial crisis in Greece.

ROBERT SIEGEL, Host:

Senior news analyst Daniel Schorr has been thinking about the Greek crisis. In particular, whether it has its roots in Europe's creation of a common currency 11 years ago.

DANIEL SCHORR: The era of European integration was the era of Charles De Gaulle of France and Konrad Adenauer of West Germany, an unlikely team that brought the countries of Europe together and began the real process of unification.

SCHORR: This is Daniel Schorr.

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