The Cato Institute’s Marian L. Tupy explains to Americans that The EU’s claims about prosperity and stability are at odds with reality.
The EU started as a free trade area and a customs union. Over time, it has become a supranational entity that resembles a federal state and is governed by a byzantine bureaucracy in Brussels.
What European governments need to do is to reconnect with their increasingly restless electorates, rather than ignore the latter for the sake of the unwanted goal of a European superstate.
Marian L. Tupy discusses Brexit on FOX’s Special Report
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