Common Destiny: A Comparative History of the Dutch, French, and German Social Democratic Parties, 1945-1969

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Introduction
1.
Franz Kreuzer (ed.), "Die Zukunft der Sozialdemokratie: Ein Streitgespräch zwischen Franz Vranitzky und Ralf Dahrendorf," in Die Zukunft 8 ( 1990): 5. Dahrendorf had earlier articulated this thesis in his book, Die Chancen der Krise: Über die Zukunft des Liberalismus ( Stuttgart, 1983).
2.
Wim Kok, "Het verleden van de Sociaal-Democratie en haar opdracht voor de toekomst", in Jan Bank et al. (eds.), In dienst van het gehele volk: De Westeuropese sociaal-democratie tussen aanpassing en vernieuwing, 1945-1950 ( Amsterdam, 1987), p. 150. In July, 1994 Kok became prime minister of The Netherlands, the first Social Democrat to hold that position since the 1970s.
3.
See Der Spiegel ( 5 May 1997), "Nach Tony Blairs Wahlsieg: Modell für den Machtwechsel?" pp. 22 ff.
4.
Piet de Rooy, Van uit een nieuwe wereld": Over de periodieke somberheid en het utopisch verlangen in de Nederlandse sociaal democratie ( Amsterdam, 1993), p. 21; and Philip M. Williams, Crisis and Compromise: Politics in the Fourth Republic ( Hamden, CT, 1964), p. 439.
5.
Rolf Steininger, "Die Linke Europas nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg, 1943-1949: Ein Tagungsbericht," Internationale Wissenschaftliche Korrespondenz 16 ( 1980): 248.
6.
Kurt Klotzbach, Der Weg zur Staatspartei: Programmatik, praktische Politik und Organisation der deutschen Sozialdemokratie 1945 bis 1965 ( Bonn, 1982), pp. 32ff; Hans Daalder , "Zestig jaar Nederland," in Politiek en Historie: Opstellen over Nederlandse Politiek en Vergelijkende Politieke Wetenschap, J.Th. J. van den Berg and B. A.G.M. Tromp (eds.), ( Amsterdam, 1990), p. 453 n. 13; J.Th. H. van den Berg, "Het miskende tijdvak: De eerste twintig jaar van de Partij van de Arbeid," Zevende jaarboek, p. 14; François Lafon, "Des principes du Molletisme," in Guy Mollet: Un camarade en République, ed. by Bernard Ménager ( Lille, 1987), p. 60, and Horst Lademacher, "Frühe Versuche zur Änderung der Parteienlandschaft nach 1945," in Auf dem Weg zum modernen Parteienstaat: Zur Entstehung, Organisation und Struktur politischer Parteien in Deutschland und den Niederlanden, Hermann W. von der Dunk and Horst Lademacher (eds.), ( Melsungen, 1986), p. 318.
7.
See, for example, Hans Daalder and Peter Mair, Party Systems in Denmark, Austria, Switzerland, The Netherlands, and Belgium ( New York, 1987); and Daalder, "Parties, Elites, and Political Development in Western Europe," in Political Partiesand Political Devlopment

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vi
  • Abberviations viii
  • Introduction 1
  • Parallel Pasts - Founding to 1945 9
  • The Making of a Tertiary Industrial Society, 1945-1969 29
  • Euphoria, Disillusionment, and Adaptation, 1945-1949 44
  • Parties in Flux, 1946-1957 65
  • Domestic Affairs, 1945-1955 102
  • Foreign Relations, 1945-1955 139
  • The End of the Long Decade - Crisis and Response, 1955-1961 183
  • The Troubled 1960s 224
  • Conclusion 272
  • Notes 281
  • Bibliography 327
  • Index 360
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