People start to develop a sense of a growing economic inequality between the low, middle, and upper classes. This is not unique to Europe.
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A crowd outside a youth event at the European Parliament in Strasbourg on May 9.
Benjamin Zyla Published: Friday, 06/20/2014 12:36 am EDT Last Updated: Sunday, 06/22/2014 9:08 pm EDT
The European Parliament elections in late May brought landslide victories for far right-wing, anti-European and anti-democratic parties. Together, those parties will constitute roughly 20 per cent of the new European parliament.
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