The Problem of Germany

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The Problem of Germany

By Hoyt Price and Carl E. Schorske
Council on Foreign Relations, 1947
161 pp. $2.00

Dr. Price explores such questions as how Germany is to feed herself, what foreign raw materials she will require, what kind of industry she needs to become self-sustaining and the implications of a special control of the Ruhr. Professor Schorske traces the conflict of nationalism and democracy in Germany and describes the present social structure, the nature of the political parties and the position of the churches and universities. Allen W. Dulles contributes an introduction.

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