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«Current Concerns», n° 11, 18 March 2013

The importance of Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffeisen

« “The importance of Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffeisen for the cooperative movement of the 19th century” », by Dr phil René Roca, historian / « “A move to protect market economy from blatant abuse from the inside” », by Hansrudolf Schmid / «““Actions speak louder than words” A visit to the Schulze-Delitzsch-House in Leipzig” », by Klaudia and Dr Tankred Schaer / «“European single market – basic error of integration Against the of free trade doctrine”», by Professor Dr Karl Albrecht Schachtschneider / «“The EU is developing according to plan: from a community institution to a central institution”», by Professor Dr Eberhard Hamer / «“UN Security Council: No place for neutral Switzerland” », by Dr iur Marianne Wüthrich / « “Don’t we squander reputation and credibility” », by Walter Suter / « “Not simply close embassies!” », by National Councillor Luzi Stamm / «“Direct democracy presupposes a high degree of integration” », by Dr iur Marianne Wüthrich / «“A friend of the socially deprived”», by Walter Suter / «“Working with horses – in the rhythm of nature”», by Michael Götz

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