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The Economic Consequences of Not Voting on 9N2014 by David Ros Serra


Common Sense welcomes guest writer David Ros Serra, who writes about the economic consequences of suspending the Catalan referendum on local and European markets. Mr. Ros is the Coordinator for the Economics Group within the Catalan National Assembly. He has a degree in Economic Science from the University of Barcelona and works as the Financial […]


Catalonia: A Powder Keg Looking For A Match


Catalonia: A Powder Keg Looking for a Match Barcelona has been on rocked by three consecutive nights of rioting in response to the police eviction of squatters from Can Víes[1], a derelict municipal building. The building had been occupied for years, and the municipal government had tolerated it until now. Over time, the building had […]


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John Adams


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