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Should Strong EU Nations Bail Out Weaker Ones?

CNBC.com
Sunday, 26 Jun 2011 | 10:30 AM ET

On the eve of a key vote in Greece on whether to accept new austerity measures there are sharp divisions between the Greek government and the Greek people.

The rest of Europe, however, is united in concern and consternation about continue paying Greece's debt.

Do you think stronger European nations should bailout weaker ones to keep the European Union intact?

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