Our Common Concerns

Ollenhaur, Erich
August 1953
New Republic;8/24/53, Vol. 129 Issue 4, p13
The article presents information on social democrats. Social Democrats view the predominant Republic, largely, as they believe, at the instance of the United States in the military occupation of West Germany since 1945. Social Democrats do not dispute the reason, but people regret the illusions that were allowed to color the business and to persevere when the war was over. These illusions may have made it more difficult for the forces entering into occupation of Germany to give a hearing to the Social Democrats who have always time, and people recognize now, and Allied policies during the first years of the postwar occupation of Germany did not create unqualified respect for American, or Allied, insight into basic European problems, and people continue, with all due respect other--wise, to feel entitled to opinions of the public utilities, rail and road, education, church and local government arrangements. INSET: An Election Guide for Germany.


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