As 1976 begins, West Germans like Americans are beginning to turn their attention to their coming fall elections. But unlike the still-confused American campaign, the battle lines in West Germany are clear-cut and well defined. The contending parties have already put their internal party squabbles behind them and have settled upon their candidates for chancellor in the October federal election. The decks have thus been cleared for a vigorous national campaign which is already moving into full swing.
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