Willy Brandt

October 1973
New Republic;10/6/73, Vol. 169 Issue 13/14, p16
Interviews with Chancellor Willy Brandt regarding guilt complex in West Germany. Distinction between guilt and responsibility; Maintenance of the values of a national identity; View that no country can become a member of the European Community if it does not base itself on the institutions that a government or parliament elected by the people, trade unions, and so on; Emphasis on the minimum respect for the Declaration of Human Rights; Appraisal of Charles De Gaulle, President of France; Claim that a good portion of material security has been achieved.


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