Jakob Augstein

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Jakob Augstein

Jakob Augstein was born in 1967. He read German literature, theatre studies and political science in Berlin and Paris. After working for the Süddeutsche Zeitung and Zeit, he took over as publisher of the weekly newspaper Freitag in 2008. His last publication with Hanser was des Gärtners Die Tage(2012).


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The Reckless Republic - life in a neglected democracy

The Reckless Republic - life in a neglected democracy

What do we learn from history? Obviously not a great deal. But we should at least take notice of what the Weimar period taught us – that a neglected republic is at risk. The recent financial ...

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A Gardner’s Days. On Being Happy Outdoors

A Gardner’s Days. On Being Happy Outdoors

The garden is a place where time stands still. Outside, life rushes by, but the garden remains a haven of tranquillity – a small corner of the world on which you can impose a sense of order. ...

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Seven Shots in Glienicke

Seven Shots in Glienicke

Safety in our cities is a controversial topic. Are tougher laws required to protect citizens from increasing violence? Or does the call for strong government merely deflect attention from social ...

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Bibliographie

Im Carl Hanser Verlag erschienen
1998 Sieben Schüsse in Glienicke. Gerichtsreportagen aus Berlin
2012 Die Tage des Gärtners. Vom Glück, im Freien zu sein
2013 Sabotage. Warum wir uns zwischen Demokratie und Kapitalismus entscheiden müssen (ET: 29.07.2013)