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  • Joseph Giglio: Aftermath of the Brexit vote will be long and uncertain

    The Brockton Enterprise - 07/09/2016

    Once again we are reminded that nothing is forever; not now, not ever, never. On June 23 Great Britain’s electorate voted to quit the 28-member European Union despite threats that economic Armageddon will follow. The Brexit vote represented the sort of populist victory over establishment politics that give elites, few of whom have the scars of the marketplace, agita.

    The take-home message is that the British voted to be free to make their own decisions on issues from trade to immigration and free from burdensome one-size-fits-all EU regulations passed by unelected, know-it-all Eurocrats.

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