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Bailing out the Greeks' devalued psyche

In the fish halls of the Athens Central Market, customers can bargain for fresh fish -- but increasingly, CBC's Margaret Evans found, they can't afford the quality catch. (Photo: Margaret Evans)

What does the debt crisis mean to the average Greek? It means, for many, life will never be the same -- whether you're selling wine or buying fish.

Many have taken to the streets in protest, but there's little in their angry cries that will make it go away. 

For that, Greeks will have to look to themselves, as we heard from CBC Correspondent Margaret Evans in the capital. 

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