If you’re like me, you’ve been wondering how those French students could possibly oppose the slight raising of the national retirement age to 62, considering that the failure to do so would result in the eventual impoverishment (or at least a serious curtailment in the living standards of) the students themselves. Dalrymple offers an explanation in City Journal.
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Cool! That’s a cevler way of looking at it!