Eastern Germany Starts Showing A PulseGail Schares
In some respects, east Germany is a land frozen in time. In east Berlin, every weekday morning, thousands of listless workers emerge from bleak 1950s-style housing projects and trudge off to giant, belching factories. Once the showcase of the socialist system, these plants are nearing collapse. Subsidies from the west are all that sustains them.
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