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*Mr. Crane is an American municipal engineer, who was educated at the University of Michigan and at Harvard, and who served as a Government engineer during the war. He recently spent many months in Europe studying civic progress in various countries. “I went to Germany with a strong anti-German prejudice, which was strengthened,” he says, “so far as the former imperial regime is concerned; but I acquired a new viewpoint toward the struggling democratic movement there.” The present article tells how the average man and woman in Germany is facing life and its new burdens. –Editor.
Jacob L. Crane Jr.*; Germany’s New State of Mind. Current History 1 April 1922; 16 (1): 46–52. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.19184.108.40.206
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