International: It's All Settled

Everything seemed to be going wrong at Bonn. The Social Democratic Party bitterly fought the Western Powers' "interference" in the work of the constitutional convention because it tended to impose too many limitations upon German sovereignty. The Western Allies, cried the Socialists, were trying to create a federal republic with such a weak central government that it could never properly govern. The Socialists were equally mad at their fellow Germans in the Christian Democratic Union, which was stringing along with the plans for a weaker government. At a Socialist meeting in Hannover last...

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