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September 30, 1991 | Anne Michaud, Free-lance writer
When the two Germanies united on Oct. 3, 1990, economic predictions were rosy. "That's the pitch the government was giving: 'We created an economic miracle once, and we could do it again,' " said Russell Dalton of UC Irvine. But the past year has brought government deficits, a failure to attract buyers for many state-owned businesses and factories running at one-third capacity in the East. A Fulbright fellow in West Germany, Dalton is revising a college text on German politics.
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September 30, 1991 | Anne Michaud, Free-lance writer
When the two Germanies united on Oct. 3, 1990, economic predictions were rosy. "That's the pitch the government was giving: 'We created an economic miracle once, and we could do it again,' " said Russell Dalton of UC Irvine. But the past year has brought government deficits, a failure to attract buyers for many state-owned businesses and factories running at one-third capacity in the East. A Fulbright fellow in West Germany, Dalton is revising a college text on German politics.
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