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Far-Right Party Urges German Students to Denounce Biased Teachers
(October 12 11:40) Nytimes.com
Politicians and teachers say an effort by the Alternative for Germany party, urging people to report teachers for violating a neutrality law, resembles the work of East Germany’s secret police.
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