GREECE: One Law for the Rich

Winter came early in the mountains of northern Greece this year. For almost two months the Greek army had been fighting waist-deep in snow along the craggy frontier. Whenever the gunfire died away, the sharp cold silence was shattered by another sound, the voice of the rebel radio. "Greek soldiers, why are you up here in the mountains slowly freezing to death, dying like trapped mountain goats? Whom are you fighting for? Rich people sitting back comfortably in Athens, avoiding their military service and getting richer and richer? What's in it for...

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