German politics: Teutonic shift - The Economist

German politics: Teutonic shift

German politics: Teutonic shift - The Economist
German politics: Teutonic shift
Published Sep 11, 2004
806 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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The Social Democrats' poor result in the Saarland disguises deeper changes HEAVY losses for the ruling Social Democrats (SPD), big gains for the opposition Christian Democrats (CDU): state elections in Germany, of which there are half...

  
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