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a small party founded by east German former communists

That's only valid for one of its two origins...

many of the new jobs offer lower pay and less security

...while that of old jobs is constrained and benefits are reduced. And The Economist consistently uses nondefinite qualifiers, where it could have used recently much talked-about statistics about average real wage.

notes Markus Grabka of DIW

I found this quote by The Economist noteworthy. Though no radicals in any way, as far as I know DIW is a centre-left-leaning (ex-Keynesian) research institute (maybe François a Paris would call them a think-tank), and was recently excluded from the circle of institutes the government asks about projections of economic growth.

*Lunatic*, n.
One whose delusions are out of fashion.

by DoDo on Tue Oct 16th, 2007 at 09:40:42 AM EST
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