In euro crisis, U.S. lessons go unheeded

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While the United States took quick – yet controversial – steps to end its financial crisis, the European Union wasn’t paying attention, said the Washington Post.

But thanks to the U.S. Congress agreeing to take unconventional steps – and pour billions into the economy – the U.S. economy was growing again by 2010, although at an anemic rate.

But Europe isn’t spending money – instead, it’s taking a cautious approach that’s leaving its economy stalled.

Read more at the Washington Post.