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FT Alphachat 28 MAR 2019: On Democracy, Europe, the UK and Greece

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[embedded content] Alphaville’s Jemima Kelly and Izabella Kaminska sat down with Yanis Varoufakis, former finance minister of Greece and current organiser of a trans-European group, DiEM25, of what he calls “radical Europeanists” — in favour of union, without deflation or austerity. Mr Varoufakis answers criticism from the left, pointing out that even if the euro or the EU were poorly conceived, leaving them now would have catastrophic consequences for the poor. He gives a brief history of economic thought, connecting Joseph Schumpeter back to Karl Marx, saying it’s not so clear that leftists know what Marx, a globalist, would be saying today. Oh, and also: Pamela Anderson. Alphachat is

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