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Germany's Tea Party Troubles

Christopher A. Preble Politics, Europe Neo-Nazis are trying to sow fear in German hearts. It might be working. Arriving only in Berlin a few days after yet another political shock to the German body politic, I was struck by several things during my brief visit. The weather was beautiful, as was the city, which I last visited nine years ago. I missed the BMW Marathon by a day, but managed to partake of the festive atmosphere in and around the Brandenburg Gate.
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