Thilo Sarrazin’s departure from the Bundesbank last week provided a rare moment of consensus between Germany’s political parties.

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Thilo Sarrazin’s departure from the Bundesbank last week provided a rare moment of consensus between Germany’s political parties. Sarrazin, who had been one of the German central bank’s six chairmen, resigned after publishing a provocative book about integration. But while the country’s leading politicians may have been happy to see him go, the debate Sarrazin’s book has stirred up may just be starting.

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