A recent thrilling clash between Liverpool and Manchester City, the top two teams in the English Premier League this season, was more than merely a game. It was an embodiment of a generation's worth of globalization and openness, and a warning against jeopardizing that progress with Britain's clumsy march toward, what in soccer terms, would be a political and economic own goal: Brexit, its divorce from Europe, scheduled to take place March 29. read whole article

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