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The party that came out of the Cold War : the Party of Democratic Socialism in United Germany

Author: Franz Oswald
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2002.
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The Party of Democratic Socialism is wrongly stigmatized as polarizing German politics on the left. In fact, Oswald argues, the PDS is East Germany's contribution to the regionalized pluralism of united Germany's party system. Although initially marginalized as the successor of East Germany's SED, the PDS legitimized itself by combining eastern regionalism, a left-socialist identity, and political ambition. The PDS  Read more...
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Oswald, Franz, 1947-
Party that came out of the Cold War.
Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2002
(DLC) 2002022432
(OCoLC)49248880
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Franz Oswald
ISBN: 0313013586 9780313013584
OCLC Number: 52923751
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 175 pages)
Contents: Preface; Introduction; Abbreviations; Part One: During the Last Year of the GDR, 1989-1990; 1 More Than a New Label: The Transition from SED to PDS, December 1989-March 1990; 2 Coming to Terms with Opposition Role and German Unification, February-December 1990; Part Two: Slowing Down the Decline, Surviving on the Margins, 1990-1994; 3 Decline of PDS Encourages Exclusion Strategy, 1991-1992; 4 Toward the 1994 Elections: Survival and First Steps out of Isolation, 1993-1994; Part Three: Transforming the Party: "Arriving" in the New Germany, 1995-1998.
Responsibility: Franz Oswald.

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The Party of Democratic Socialism is wrongly stigmatized as polarizing German politics on the left. In fact, Oswald argues, the PDS is East Germany's contribution to the regionalized pluralism of united Germany's party system. Although initially marginalized as the successor of East Germany's SED, the PDS legitimized itself by combining eastern regionalism, a left-socialist identity, and political ambition. The PDS has become an acceptable partner in center-left parties in eastern state governments, in stark contrast to its continuing irrelevance in West Germany. While its earlier exclusion wa.

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