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Joschka Fischer, foreign minister and vice chancellor of Germany, 1998–2005
Anti-Establishment Conservatism from Goldwater to the Tea Party
by Robert B. Horwitz
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As the debate over immigration rages on, consider this: people who were born in one country, but then move somewhere else, have an estimated $400 billion in savings. These days, the old country sometimes comes back to the emigrants with an offer - lend us money.