Why it’s right to have Roger Waters perform in Munich – Culture


Ron Steinke

One of the most sympathetic sons of the city of Munich was the German-Jewish constitutional lawyer Karl Löwenstein, who worked as a lawyer in the Bavarian state capital during the Weimar Republic, taught at the Ludwig Maximilian University and was involved in the left-liberal German Democratic Party, the DDP . Löwenstein was driven into exile in America by the Nazis, and then taught at Yale and Amherst College in Massachusetts. And he wrote, very clearly: European democracies have been tolerant of the intolerant for far too long. That is their historical mistake.

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