Talbot, Margaret
July 1994
New Republic;7/18/94-7/25/94, Vol. 211 Issue 3/4, p11
Presents an article about the re-emergence of the East German identity in 1994. Popularity of East German products and culture; Resurgence of East German rock bands the anti-clerical confirmation ceremony; Manifestation of the fond reversion of things of the past in consumer preferences; Preservation of the cigarette brand F6 by Philip Morris Cos. Inc.


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