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

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GENERAL WORKS ON THE POLITICAL SYSTEM OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY
Bark Dennis L. and Gress David R., From Shadow to Substance, 1945-1963 (A History of West Germany, Volume 1), Oxford 1989; Volume 2: Democracy and its Discontents, 1963-1968, Oxford 1989
Childs David and Johnson John, West Germany: Politics and Society, London, 1981
Conradt David P., The German Polity, New York, 1978
Fulbrook Mary, The Divided Nation. A History of Germany 1918- 1990, Oxford University Press, 1992
Heidenheimer Arnold J. and Kommers Donald P., The Governments of Germany, 4th edn., New York, 1975
Paterson William E. and Smith Gordon, The West German Model. Perspectives on a Stable State, London, 1981
Sontheimer Kurt, The Government and Politics of West Germany, New York, 1973

CHAPTER 1. The Origins of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1944-1949
Adenauer Konrad, Memoirs 1945-53, London, 1966
Balfour Michael, West Germany, London, 1968 -----, "'Four-Power Control in Germany 1945-1946". in Balfour Michael and Mair John, (eds.) Four-Power Control in Germany and Austria 1945-1946. Survey of International Affairs, 1939-1946, Arnold Toynbee, London, 1956
Edinger Lewis J., Kurt Schumacher, Oxford, 1965
Feis Herbert, Between War and Peace. The Potsdam Conference, Princeton, 1960
Gimbel John, The American Occupation of Germany, Stanford, 1968
Heidenheimer Arnold J., Adenauer and the CDU. The Rise of the Leader and the Integration of the Party, The Hague, 1960

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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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