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  • By Brandi on June 9, 2013

    Those, like myself, whose education was focused on science and mathematics, are probably as confused as I have been about modern Europe and the condition it is in. On a daily basis, we are deluged with bad news about monetary crises, unemployment, politicians and technocrats spouting endless gibberish about how to fix the mess.Until I happened to see Mr. Connolly being interviewed on a business-news channel recently, I had no interest in trying to learn anything about why Europe is in a mess. But, in just a few moments, his clear and simple answers to basic questions, plus his articulate discussion of the historical backdrop made me want to read his book.Readability? I could not have imagined how so dry a subject could spring to life - even to a skeptic like myself!If you are confused, ignorant, but CURIOUS about modern Europe - this is truly a "Must Read"!

  • By Dr. James A. Glasscock on April 24, 2015

    Uncovers the deceptiveness of the EU and the Euro. History will come to recognize this work as a warning, though the warning is not favored by Europhiles or those in Brussels withvested interests.

  • By C. Jack on January 6, 2007

    If you wanted to know really what is going on in the EC, this is the book to read. It will give you insights into the political systems, which influences the monetary system, trading and the agenda they are following. Not to mention their bullying of countries to get their way.When was the last time in a civilized, DEMOCRATIC society have we seen free speech outlawed? How about now. Now in the EU it is against the lau to express you opinion, your criticism, of what the political beast is doing. That means you cannot speak out against wrong doings of institutions and political figures.That ruling alone did away with British common Law and over 50 years of european civil liberties. Where will it end? A totalitarian regime?Some say THAT is just around the corner.The author of this book got into HOT water for writing it. I hope this is not something that will foreshadow this type of activity happening here.This book is a wake up call. If it is happening in the EU, what kind of ramifications will fall on us?I have bought this as a present for friends interested in monetary policy and international affairs. I shudder to think of the impact the EU will have with a weakened US international policy. I can only envision them as growing threat to us economically and shudder to think of how a potentially fascist EU.Buy this book.

  • By J. Stoutenburgh on August 22, 2016

    This will tell you everything you need to know about the "why" of Brexit.

  • By J.Carter on June 29, 2016

    After reading this, you will see why an independent Britain is necessary for Britain, and stability. British voters made the right choice on Brexit

  • By Gunther B on January 16, 2016

    This was written by an ex EU official. The EU's propaganda machine was hard on this author. Very much worth reading.

  • By B Smith on March 30, 2013

    This book was essentially written 18 years ago, but reads as if it could have been written yesterday. It's foretelling of the future of Europe is very similar in nature to Keynes' Economic Consequences of the Peace concerning the Treaty of Versailles. Both were essentially seen as heretics at their respective times, but turned out to be stunningly accurate.Anyway, this book essentially spans the mid 70's to mid 90's and describes the folly of Europe attempting to unify behind a common currency without a political union.Well worth the read.

  • By Patrice on July 23, 2016

    Just started reading this book. I don't think I will be disappointed.

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