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The Metternich controversy. Edited by Enno E. Kraehe.
Kraehe, Enno E.
New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston 
136 p. illus., map. 24 cm.
Metternich, Clemens Wenzel Lothar, Fürst von, 1773-1859
European problem studies
Traitor to France, by L. Madelin.--Wise appeaser of France, by E. E. Kraehe.--Unwise appeaser of France, by H. Rössler.--Statesman of philosophical principles, by H. Ritter von Srbik.--Vain neurotic, by K. Groos.--Responsible statesman of international order, by H. A. Kissinger.--Short-range opportunist, by P. W. Schroeder.--Reactionary exploiter of Germany, by H. von Treitschke.--Honest leader against revolution, by H. Ritter von Srbik.--Bulwark against potential fascism, by P. Viereck.--Winner in the diplomatic contest for Germany, by H. A. Kissinger.--Perceptive but superficial tinkerer, by A. J. P. Taylor.--Enlightened but thwarted reformer, by A. G. Haas.--The destructive demon of Austria, by V. Bibl.--Statesman in tragic impasse, by R. A. Kann.--Metternich guilty, by V. Valentin.--Metternich not guilty, by H. Hantsch.--Suggested additional reading (p. 133-136)
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