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November 17, 2011 6:19 PM

Greeks remain pro-euro, but austerity may test their will

Thomas Vitsounis was a teenager when Greece dropped its old currency, the drachma, and adopted the euro in 2001. He still remembers how proud he felt. Here was proof, he says, that his country had finally evolved from a backward Balkan state into a respected member of Europe.

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