The Solution of the German Problem

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The Solution of the German Problem

By Wilhelm Röpke
Putnam, 1947
282 pp. $3.00

Professor Röpke, anti-Nazi exile and distinguished social scientist, warns against missing what may be the last chance to put the Germans back on the track of western civilization. However, his logic sometimes seems typically Teutonic, and in the end he offers no real solution.

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