The migration debate has exposed a deep rift between Germany's east and west. One reason given is that citizens of the eastern German state of Saxony have not undergone the societal changes that have swept across the western world.
Why is the eastern German state of Saxony so often associated with right-wing extremism? Henrik Böhme believes that while the rampant racism is inexcusable, the Saxons are widely misunderstood.
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