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A personal search for the New Germany



During a pilgrimage to Germany with his father, Frederick Kempe promised that he would write about modern Germany. Twelve years later as correspondent for The Wall Street Journal Europe, Kempe began a long journey of exploration in an attempt to answer questions that haunted him about his father’s land: How could such an apparently good people with such a rich cultural history have done such evil things? What causes evil, and what breeds good? After only half a century of reeducation and reconstruction could the strength of German democracy and liberalism be as great as it seemed?”

Divorcing the Dictator:
America's Bungled Affair with Noriega




Siberian Odyssey:
A Voyage into the Russian Soul




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