Politics and Government in Germany, 1944-1994: Basic Documents

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Contents
Editor's Preface to the first edition 1983xv
Editor's Preface to the 1995 editionxvii
Introductionxix
1 The Origins of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1944-1949 ROBERT SPENCER 1
Doc. la: Four-Power-Protocol on the Zones of Occupation in Germany and the administration of 'Greater Berlin', 12 September 1944, as amended by the agreements of 14 November 1944 and 26 July 1945--Doc. 1b: Statement by the Four Powers on control machinery in Germany, 5 June 1945--Doc. 1c: (Four-Power) Control Council Law No.46: Abolition of the State of Prussia, 25 February 1947 -Doc. 2a: Control Council approval of air corridors, 30 November 1945--Doc. 2b: Speech of Berlin's Lord Mayor Ernst Reuter, 24 June 1948--Doc. 3: The emergence of German political parties after 1945; directive by the British Military Government, 15 September 1945--Doc. 4a: Invitation of the minister-president of Bavaria, Ehard, to a conference of minister-presidents of all four occupation zones, 7 May 1947--Doc. 4b: Final Statement of Minister--President Ehard, 7 June 1947--Doc. 4c: Report of the General Secretary of the Länderrat, 9 June 1947--Doc. 5: Ludwig Erhard on the Social Market Economy, 22 August 1948--Doc. 6: Letter of the Military Governors to Dr. Konrad Adenauer, then President of the Parliamentary Council, 12 May 1949--Doc. 7: The signing and proclamation of the Basic Law (Grundgesetz), 23 May 1949--Doc. 8: Reply by Professor Theodor Heuss to the Allied High Commissioners on his election as President of the Federal Republic of Germany, 13 September 1949 -Doc. 9: Speech by Chancellor Adenauer at the Petersberg Ceremonies, 21 September 1949--Doc. 10: Soviet Military Administration Order No.2:

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface to the First Edition xv
  • Preface to the Second Edition xvii
  • Introduction xix
  • 1 - The Origins of The Federal Republic Of Germany, 1944-1949 1
  • 2 - Berlin 29
  • 3 - The Two Germanies 48
  • 4 - Germany Reunited 1989--Her First Successful Revolution, And a Peaceful One 76
  • 5 - Foreign Policy 108
  • 6 - Defence Policy and the Armed Forces 150
  • 7 - Parliamentary Democracy: The Bundestag 175
  • 8 - Political Parties 201
  • 9 - Chancellor, Cabinet, and President 239
  • 10 - The Judiciary 272
  • 11 - Basic Rights And Constitutional Review 297
  • 12 - Federalism: Bund and Länder 325
  • 13 - Public Opinion: Interest Groups and the Media 371
  • 14 - Economic and Social Policy 401
  • Statistical Tables 432
  • Glossary 446
  • Select Bibliography 449
  • Notes on the Editors 458
  • Index 460
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