Workers who don’t, unemployed who ain’t

A fragment from the story of how Andalusia got where it wouldn’t necessarily want to be, given a modicum of thought.

Check out Mr Butler on the (PSOE) accounting marvels that, on the eve of the deluge, have transformed Andalusia from the least literate to the least schooled region of Europe. (You understand the title, so stop worrying about the grammar.)

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