Beyond divisions and after: essays on democracy, the Germans, and Europe
At the turn of the century, Germany and Europe are in the midst of redefining their respective roles, structures, and goals. The ongoing political processes are also a challenge to the future of democracy beyond the divisions of the totalitarian century.
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