Can we all agree on trying to learning something from Europe?

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No, we can’t do everything European countries do. They’re smaller. Many are homogeneous, though less so than they used to be, with less of the justified suspicion various segments of the American populace has toward each other.

Some things won’t translate. If you follow U.S. soccer, you’ve been exposed to endless arguments over promotion and relegation, in…

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