Booknotes: Europe's Unfinished Currency

Europe's Unfinished Currency by Thomas Mayer

Thomas Mayer, Europe’s Unfinished Currency, Anthem Press, 2012, 272 pages

This is an important book. Mayer has grasped the essential truth about Europe’s single currency – that the project not only has an economic context but also an historical one and, above all, a political one. In little more than 200 pages, he manages to examine all three strands and knit them together into a highly lucid and readable whole. For good measure, he completes the book with some of his own essays on how to

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