Peter Wahl

The End of ‘Rhineland Capitalism’: Germany at the Crossroads January 2004

In the decades following the Second World War, Federal Germany established a social-welfare state which brought a measure of social security to the broad mass of the population unprecedented in German history. The German model also ranked highly in international terms.

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