terça-feira, setembro 06, 2005


"The worst of the German postwar chancellors? Perhaps the word is inexact.
But when public opinion organizations ask voters where Schröder fits in against his predecessors in terms of "significance," or being among Germany's "best," with the exception of the Millard Fillmore-like Kurt Georg Kiesinger who served two years and change in the '60s and doesn't register in the polls, Schröder's place is at the bottom. "

"Schröder legacy: Failure on German-vision thing", John Vinocur, International Herald Tribune