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Germany at fifty-five : Berlin ist nicht Bonn?

Author: James Sperling
Publisher: Manchester, UK ; New York, NY : Manchester University Press ; New York, NY : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2004.
Series: Issues in German politics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Examining how the past has influenced current domestic and foreign policy in Germany, this book explores topics such as the unification of east and west, the founding of the Berlin and Bonn republics, the legacies of national socialism and how the unified Germany's political culture continues to evolve.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Germany at fifty-five.
Manchester, UK ; New York, NY : Manchester University Press ; New York, NY : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2004
(OCoLC)607737517
Online version:
Germany at fifty-five.
Manchester, UK ; New York, NY : Manchester University Press ; New York, NY : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2004
(OCoLC)607846095
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James Sperling
ISBN: 0719064724 9780719064722 0719064732 9780719064739 0012880035 9780012880036
OCLC Number: 56468033
Notes: "This book is presented to Professor Peter Merkl on the occasion of his 70th birthday"--Page [v].
Description: xxvii, 563 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: INTRODUCTION --
Berlin ist nicht Bonn? : continuity and change in postwar Germany / James Sperling --
PART I. THE ORIGINS OF THE BONN AND BERLIN REPUBLICS --
The origins of the Bonn Republic / Karl H. Cerny --
The origins of the Berlin Republic / Mary M. McKenzie --
PART II. THE LEGACIES OF NATIONAL SOCIALISM --
Legacies of divided memory and the Berlin Republic / Jeffrey Herf --
A three-dimensional view of German history : the weight of the past in Germany's relations with Jews in Germany, Israel and the diaspora / Lily Gardner Feldman --
Restitution and the Berlin Republic / Andrew Baker --
PART III. THE EVOLVING POLITICAL CULTURE OF THE BERLIN REPUBLIC --
Public opinion and political issue divides / Robert Rohrschneider, Dieter Fuchs --
'Girl power' : women, politics and leadership in the Berlin Republic / Joyce Marie Mushaben --
Social movements in the Federal Republic / Alice H. Cooper --
Neo-nazism in comparative perspective : no longer Germany's problem? / Leonard Weinberg --
PART IV. POLITICAL PARTIES IN THE BERLIN REPUBLIC --
German party system change / William M. Chandler --
The dynamics of party support in chancellor-democracy : Schröder and his SPD / Clay Clemens --
The PDS and the party systems in unified Germany / David F. Patton --
Elections in the Länder, 1990-2002 / Arthur B. Gunlicks --
PART V. INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE AND POLICY INNOVATION --
Post-unification German military organisation : the struggle to create national command structures / Thomas-Durell Young --
Evolution of the German Bundesbank : from Bank deutscher Länder to regional bank of the European Central Bank / Karl Kaltenthaler --
Standort Deutschland revisited / Michael Huelshoff --
Tax reforms and Modell Deutschland : lessons from four years of Red-Green tax policy / Achim Truger, Wade Jacoby --
PART VI. THE FOREIGN POLICIES OF THE BERLIN REPUBLIC --
The 'German problem' reconsidered : the impact of unification on the European order / Stephen F. Szabo --
Germany and Poland : beyond the past? / Arthur R. Rachwald --
Germany and the future of European integration / Emil J. Kirchner --
Community breakdown? : Germany, NATO and the guns of September / Mary N. Hampton --
CONCLUSION --
Run, Gerhard, run : or, is the Reformstau real? / Peter Merkl.
Series Title: Issues in German politics.
Responsibility: edited by James Sperling.
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