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In truth, German character—so admired and feared in some 500 years of European literature and history—led to the present Germanization of Europe. These days we recoil at terms like “national character” that seem tainted by the nightmares of the past. But no other politically correct exegesis offers better reasons why a booming Detroit of 1945 today looks like it was bombed, and a bombed-out Berlin of 1945 now is booming.

                          —Victor Davis Hanson, writing at Townhall.com

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