Turmoil in the Streets- The Greek Government Debt Crisis Plagues the Country for more than a Decade

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Turmoil in the Streets- The Greek Government Debt Crisis Plagues the Country for more than a Decade”

  1. There seemed to be a type of paradox between your pictures (most of which were beautiful buildings and sites that would leave most breathless) and your topic (a serious situation among most of the people of Greece that depicts tribulation). With this contrast of beauty and hardship you tell the two sides of the story for Greece; the beautiful scenery and inspiring history, and their current government, political, and economical struggles. Very unexpected and immensely enjoyed.

  2. Introductory text is often helpful to set the stage of your narrative. In this case, however, the title does a lot. Your captions are really, really good. Figure 2 is simple but powerful, as the Euro is a source of angst for many Greeks. References appreciated. Nice work!

  3. I think this post is very well done. It’s clear you did your research and you successfully explained a very complex subject with just these few, well-chosen photographs. Great job Sheridan!

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