End of the German Miracle?

McGouldrick, Paul
May 1978
National Review;5/26/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 21, p651
The article reports on the death of Ludwig Erhard, the German Chancellor, and its effects on the economy of the country. Ludwig Erhard was also the Minister of Economic Affairs and he was considered the architect of the country to into a free-market economy after World War II. The economic difficulties of the country includes the problem of combining current levels of state transfers and expenditures concerning full employment and sustainable growth.


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