The Berlin Republic: German Unification and a Decade of Changes

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Index

a
acquired value systems 21
Acquis Communautaire200
Adenauer, Konrad 32 , 85 , 90
AFB (Arbeit für Bremen und Bremerhaven)146
Afghanistan 95 , 209
Air Mobile Division (DLO) 212
Al Qaeda209
All-German elections (December 1990) 110 , 115
Allbus-Allgemeine Bevölkerungsumfrage der Sozialwissenschaften (German General Survey) 36 , 41 , 45 , 48 , 49 , 50
Allensbach Institute 42
Alliance for Germany 10 , 116
Almond, Gabriel 35 , 44 , 47 , 48
Amber Fox, NATO Operation 209
American constitution, compared to Basic Laws 135 , 147 -8
Amiter (local governing units)
Amsterdam Treaty, EU (1997) 200 , 202 , 204
Amtsleiter (section heads) 156
Anderson, Benedict 6
Anglo-American economic policy style 218
Angst4
anti-democratic parties 107 ;
Land level 146 -7
anti-fascism 22 , 31
Arbeitbeschaffungsmaβinahmen (public work programmes) 186
Arbeitsamtsbezirk (labour market district)
ARD (Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Rundfunkanstalten Deutschlands)63 , 66 , 74
ARD/ZDF Media Commission Study on East75
Arge Alp134
Army Troops Command
(Einsatzführungskommando)212
Article 7 (Unification Treaty)139
Article 23 (Basic Laws) 132 , 137 , 138 , 198 ;
EU facilitator 138 ;
old version abolished/new version adopted 137 ;
paragraph 5138 ;
vehicle in accession strategy of Länder 132 -3
Article 24 (Basic Laws) 134 , 136 , 137
Article 29 (Basic Laws) 142 ;
paragraph 1143 ;
boundary reforms 143 ;
paragraphs 2-8144 ;
referendum process 144 ;
Article 52 (Basic Laws) 139
Article 72 (Basic Laws), revised in wake of unification 134
Article 75 (Basic Laws) 134
Article 115 (Basic Laws) 185
Article 235 (Treaty of Rome) 136
Article 308 (Treaty of Rome, see Article 235) as-if strategy of leadership 90 - 91
Ash, Timothy Garton 197
Ashworth, Emily 2
attitudes, German (see also institutional trust) 3 - 4, 41 -4 50 - 55 ;
17 June 1953 19 ;
anti-fascism and German past 22 ;
coming to terms with past 21 ;
conformity group in East 27 -8;
contrasting lifestyle perceptions 61 ;
development of East German trust in institutions 35 ;
economic performance 1984-2000 47 -8;
enlargement of European Union 4 ;
friend/relative ties 50 ;
generational differences 23 -6;
historical pessimism in East 28 -9;
idealisation of National Socialism in East 27 -8, 29 - 30 ;
knowledge of history 19 ;
multivariate analysis of institutional trust 51 ;
national pride 28 ;
patriotism 27 - 30 ;
personal satisfaction 4 ;
political authority 29 ;
post-materialism 46 ;
pride in being German 29 ;
religious values 46 ;
repressing German past 24 ;
responsibility for German past 29 ;
satisfaction of Easterners with FRG 163 ;
satisfaction with personal life 4 , 78 ;
social trust 50 ;
socialist ideals 45 ;
support for Bündnis für Arbeit (Alliance for Work) 230 ;
trust in justice system 3 ;
trust in institutions, 3 , 42 , 35 -8;
trust in national parliament 42 ;
trust in national government 42 ;
trust in Constitutional Court 42 ;
unification 22 -3, 32 , 48
Aufsichtrat (firm supervisory board) 225
average open/flexible citizen lifestyle 61

b
Baden-Würtemburg 131 , 132 , 137 , 141 , 157 , 189
parliamentary dissolution crisis 148 ;

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