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The New Germans: Thirty Years After
The New Germans: Thirty Years After
By John Dornberg
Macmillan, 1976, 293 pp.

A former bureau chief of Newsweek in Bonn writes an optimistic assessment of present-day Germany, though with some concern about such issues as the fate of foreign workers in the Federal Republic and the plight of educational reforms. The book is better than its opening chapter title: "Is schizophrenia curable?" Is sensationalism necessary?