German Electoral Politics: A Study of the 1957 Campaign

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • List of Tables xii
  • Tabulations in the Text xiii
  • List of Figures xiv
  • List of Plates xv
  • I- Introduction 1
  • II- The Electoral Law 17
  • III- Party Mergers and Alliances 38
  • IV- The Selection of Candidates 57
  • V- Campaign Preludes and Policy Issues 80
  • VI- Adenauer and His Team 100
  • VII- Security with Ollenhauer 126
  • VIII- The Musketeers of a Third Force 151
  • IX- The Efforts of the Minor Parties 170
  • X- Campaign Expenditure and Party Finance 198
  • XI- The Churches, Trade Unions, And Other Interest Groups 222
  • XII- Foreign Influences and Communist Intervention 249
  • XIII- Campaign Publicity and Election Night 260
  • XIV- Election Results and Voting Behaviour 275
  • Appendix An Estimate of Campaign Expenditure 304
  • Local Study A Diepholz-Melle-Wittlage 315
  • Local Study B Munich-Land 330
  • Local Study C Cologne 341
  • Index 351
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