The Federation of German Industry in Politics

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The Federation of German Industry in Politics

BY GERARD BRAUNTHAL Associate Professor of Government University of Massachusetts

Cornell University Press Ithaca, New York

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Abbreviations xvii
  • Contents xix
  • Part One: Introduction 1
  • I Industrial Associations: Their History 3
  • II: The Federation of German Industry 23
  • Part Two: Tactics and Targets 63
  • III: Public Opinion and Mass Communications Media 65
  • IV: Political Parties 88
  • V Party Financing 111
  • Vi Nominations and Election Campaigns 134
  • Vii the Legislature 150
  • VIII: The Legislature (ii) 167
  • Ix the Executive 192
  • X: The Civil Service 213
  • Part Three: Impact on Policy and Legislation 233
  • Xi Economic Policy at Home 235
  • Xii Economic Policy at Home (ii) 257
  • Xiii Foreign Policy 333
  • Part Four: Conclusion 335
  • Xiv the Political Power of the Federation of German Industry 337
  • Appendix a List of Bdi Member Associations 357
  • Appendix B List of Bdi Presidential Board Members, 1962 359
  • Appendix C List of Bundestag Deputies from the Business Community, 1961 361
  • Bibliography 365
  • Index 381
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