Discussion of a United States of Europe wrt the USA.
The anti-European Sinn
Dirk Ehnts | Berlin School for Economics and Law
I disagree with the Europeanizers. A democratically decided political union must precede a hierarchically imposed economic union, or there will be political disunity and possible disaster down the line, judging from the history of the US. The potential for disunity is much greater in Europe given the ethnic, historical, cultural, and language differences — conditions that the US did not have to contend with at its inception and it still fought a Civil War to preserve the union. That war never really ended, since the militarily-imposed resolution was never really accepted by all parties.