The Party at the Wall

Owen, Bennett
December 1989
National Review;12/22/1989, Vol. 41 Issue 24, p20
Reflects on the East and West Germans' celebrations on the opening of the Berlin Wall. Symbolism of the ending of the Cold War; Contrast between prior violence at the wall and current border crossings.


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