Note from DAH: The following is a diary entry that somebody wrote in September 1992 about the ascension of the European Union and Black Wednesday. I have discussed about the topic before in an Economic History Case Studies post about George Soros and his pivotal role in Black Wednesday. It is another interesting perspective on what was happening thirty years ago.
Thursday September 3, Paris My opinion was that Mitterrand’s idea of holding a televised debate on the subject of the ratification of the Maastricht Treaty wouldn’t do him any good at all. I thought it could only damage his image. Since he was playing poker by holding the referendum in the first place, it would’ve […]September 1992 — Paris Diaries of the 1990s
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