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Intellectual hero for our time

11 January 2012 By Edward Hadas

The Italian economist died before his much-loved euro’s existence was threatened. As one of the fathers of the single currency, he understood the risks, but also the cures: more central banking pragmatism, more idealism about Europe, and deeper thinking about sovereignty.

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