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There is a (fairly brief) article in the October 31, 1997 issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education entitled "Germany's Problems With Its Holocaust Memorial: A Way Out of the Quagmire?" by James E. Young. The first line reads: "Once, not so long ago, Germany had what it called a 'Jewish Problem.' Now it has a double-edged Holocaust-memorial problem. How does a nation of former perpetrators mourn its victims? How does a divided nation reunite itself on the bedrock memory of its crimes?" Anyone wanting an electronic copy please contact me via private e-mail and not over the list. Thanks. *********************** Suzanna Hicks (Secretary) "Talking to yourself is more U of Florida / Psychology of a listening than a talking." firstname.lastname@example.org (home) email@example.com (work) [Revised] http://www.afn.org/~afn06474