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

By Carl-Christoph Schweitzer; Detlev Karsten et al. | Go to book overview

Notes on the Editors

Carl-Christoph Schweitzer

Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Bonn, graduated from Oxford and received his PhD at the University of Freiburg, visiting Professor at the Universities of Oxford, Duke, Toronto and Leipzig. He has written books on contemporary international affairs, European integration and on the problems of parliamentary government, inter alia: Amerika's Chinesisches Dilemma, Opladen, 1969; Die nationalen Parlamente in der Gemeinschaft, ihr schwindender Einfluß in Bonn und Westminster auf die Europagesetzgebung, Bonn, 1978; Bremer Bundeswebrkrawalle-Gefabren für unseren Staat und ihre Verschleicrung im Streit der Politischen Parteien im parlamentarischen Untersuchungsverfahren, Baden-Baden, 1980, and Weltmacht USA: Kontinuität und Wandel ihrer Außenpolitik nach 1945, Munich, 1983. For five years he was a member of the German Bundestag, where he served on the Committees for Foreign Relations and Defence.

Detlev Karsten

Professor of Economics and the Didactics of Economics at the University of Bonn, he was previously Professor at Stuttgart University ( 1970-5) and Visiting Professor of Economics in Ethiopia ( 1964-70). He is the author of Wirtschaftsordnung und Erfinderrecht, 1964, and The Economics of Handicrafts in Traditional Societies, Munich, 1973(together with Volker R. Berghahn) of Industrial Relations in West Germany, Oxford etc. 1987; together with C. C. Schweitzer he edited The Federal Republic of Germany and EC Membersbip Evaluated, London 1990. He has written articles on the economics of development, environmental policy and European integration. He has also produced textbooks for schools and teaching material for courses on economics.

Robert Spencer

Professor Emeritus of History, Trinity College, University of Toronto, and former Director of the university's Graduate Centre for International Studies. He has written books and articles on recent and contemporary German and European history, as well as on international relations and Canadian foreign policy. From 1959-1984 he was co-editor of the International Journal, the quarterly journal of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs. A specialist in nineteenth- and twentieth-century German history, his publications include co-authoring

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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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