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German identity – cemented in the euro

German identity - cemented in the euro
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As Europe's sovereign debt crisis continues to simmer, Germans are wondering if they can afford to save the euro – or not to. NPR’s Berlin correspondent Eric Westervelt reports.

When the euro was rolled out over a decade ago, it was touted as a unifying force across European cultures. But lately, Germans have begun to wonder what it will cost to keep the single currency area together and what it means to their identity.

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