Learning From The German Social Compact
German Chancellor Helmut Kohl is attempting to pull off a new "solidarity pact" in his country. If he is successful in forging an accommodation among Bonn, the business community, and labor, it could yield some lessons for many industrialized countries, including a U.S. under new management.
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