November 2013
New Internationalist;Nov2013, Issue 467, p32
The article presents a political cartoon titled "Grand Theft Eurozone," by Greek cartoonist Manos Symeonakis, addressing the cartoon's relationship to the Eurozone Financial Crisis and the Greek austerity measures since the 2008 world financial crisis.


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