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Published on: March 15, 2016
Germany's Super Sunday
A Weakening Center

Both parties in Germany’s ruling coalition have failed to attend to the concerns of their base, and have thus allowed competitors to capture the allegiance of their traditional voters.

Sudha David-Wilp is a senior transatlantic fellow and the German Marshall Fund, and is deputy director of its Berlin office.
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