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The spontaneous street protests in Paris over the past month come almost exactly 50 years after the mass revolt of May 1968 .A common populist criticism of the EU is that it functions opaquely and often incomprehensibly. Yet, if anything, the EU tends to be rather weak in the face of global challenges. If the EU suddenly were to make collective decisions by simple majority, the problems confronting it would no longer seem intractable.Europe will always need to engage with other powers.Since 2010, the average annual growth rate in the euro area has been 1.3 percent, compared to 2.3 percent in the U.S. This gap represents 1.2 trillion euros ($1.4 trillion) from 2010-2018, or approximately 500 billion euros lost in terms of tax revenue.It is time to leave the European talking shop behind us.In the May 2019 European Parliament election, "Generation Europe" can break the old political order and take the revolution out of the streets and into the hallways of European democracy.
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