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The Greek people are watching events in parliament with a mixture of horror and fear: Many are afraid the debt crisis is spinning out of control. Despite their deep resentment of the austerity policies they have suffered through for two years, most Greeks also fear that they might be forced out of the eurozone — and into a dark economic future.
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