Letter from Germany

Pannenberg, Wolfhart
March 2003
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar2003, Issue 131, p8
Comments on the German-U.S. relations. Views on the policy of Gerhard Schröder, political leader of the Social Democratic Party; Reactions of Germans on the position of Gerhard on the issue of Iraq; Economic weakness of Germany.


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