Adenauer and Schroeder

Prittie, Terence
July 1962
New Republic;7/9/62, Vol. 147 Issue 2, p9
Focuses on the outcome of the European tour of U.S. State Secretary Dean Rusk in Bonn, Germany on June 1962. Opinion that the tour has been a success for Rusk; Views expressed by West German Federal Foreign Minister Gerhard Schroeder after Rusk's visit; Stand of West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer on the U.S. plan for a Berlin Autobahn Authority; Reflection on whether Adenauer is ready to give diplomacy a chance in the Berlin Wall issue; Condition of West German political thinking.


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