Wednesday, 10/16/2024
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Casual and remarkable, with wit and understanding, Franz Müntefering writes about life. About sense and nonsense. Hesitation and action. Believing and ceasing to believe. Growing older and staying curious. About death and dying. About the love for life and what that means for politics. With nods to the small things of everyday life. With that typical sound that immediately identifies "Franz." Franz Müntefering, who has significantly influenced German politics for decades at the federal, state, and local levels in his hometown of Sundern/Sauerland, remains true to his motto: Accept the world as it is, but do not accept it as it is! This is a book for all who know and appreciate "Münte." An invitation to reflect on the big themes of our existence without lying to oneself. A nod to the small but crucial things of everyday life. Franz Müntefering embarks on a small journey through his life together with moderator Andrea Jung. True to the motto of his life: Take life as it is. But don't leave it that way.

Franz Müntefering, born in 1940, was a member of the German Bundestag for over 30 years, including 3 years as the chairman of the SPD parliamentary group. He was the chairman of the SPD party, Federal Minister of Transport, Building, and Urban Development (1998-1999), and Federal Minister of Labor and Social Affairs (2005-2009). Müntefering lives in Herne.

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