The Domestic Politics of German Unification

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can be little doubt, however, that federalism in Germany will be a major topic of discussion in the current decade, and that by the year 2000 a different federal order will have evolved.


Notes
1.
For two recent publications in English, see the special issue of Publius19, 4: Fall 1989; also Jeffery and Savigear 1991.
2.
See, for example, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, March 3, 1990, 1; March 21, 1990 4; and April 21, 1990, 6; also German Information Center, Deutschland Nachrichten, January 10, 1992, .7.
3.
See, for example, Ulrich Penski ( 1991). "Die Vereinigung beider deutscher Staaten als Problem und Herausforderung für das föderalistische System in Deutschland", in Arthur B. Gunlicks and Rüdiger Voigt (eds.), Föderalismus in der Bewährungsprobe: Die Bundesrepublik Deutschland in den 90er Jahren ( Bochum: Universitätsverlag Brockmeyer), 265-271; for the case in favor of Neugliederung in English, see Uwe Lombardy ( 1991), "Into the 1990s: Federalism and German Unification," in Charlie Jeffery and Peter Savigear (eds.), German Federalism Today ( New York: St. Martin's Press), 144-147.
4.
For a very pessimistic assessment of the financial condition of the new federal order in Germany, see Nina Grunenberg "Deutsches Muster ohne Wert?" in Die Zeit, North American Edition, March 20, 1992, 3.
5.
The most recent discussion of German public finances in English is Riidiger Voigt ( 1989), "Financing the German Federal System in the 1980"s," in Publius 19, 4:99-113. See also Arthur B. Gunlicks ( 1986), Local Government in the German Federal System ( Durham: Duke University Press), Chapter 7; and Arthur B. Gunlicks ( 1986). "Financing Local Governments in the German Federal System", in J. Edwin Benton and David R. Morgan (eds.), Intergovernmental Relations and Public Policy ( New York:Greenwood Press), 77-92.
6.
For details in English, see Hans Zimmermann (1981), Studies in Comparative Federalism: West Germany ( Washington, DC: Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations), 35-38.
7.
The following discussion is based on Wolfgang Renzsch ( 1991), Finanzverfassung und Finanzausgleich ( Bonn: Verlag J.H.W. Dietz Nachf.), 274- 281.
8.
The text of the Unification Treaty of August 31, 1990, can be found in Europa Archiv, October 25, 1990, D515-D536.
9.
For a discussion of the numerous legal and political questions raised by the issue of constitutional revision, see Dieter Blumenwitz, "Wie offen ist die Verfassungsfrage nach der Herstellung der staatlichen Einheit Deutschlands?"; Ulrich K. Preuss, "Die Chance der Verfassunggebung"; and Peter Badura, "Staatsaufgaben und Teilhaberechte als Gegenstand der Verfassungspolitik". All in Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte, B49/91; see also Chapter 7 in this volume.
10.
Michael Burgess and Franz Greß, "German Unity and European Union: Federalism Repulsed or Revitalized?" in Michael Burgess and Franz Gre13 (eds.), Regional Politics and Policy (forthcoming); for a list of policy areas in which the Länder see EC interference, see Rudolf Hrbek ( 1991), "German Federalism and the Challenge of European Integration", in Charlie Jeffery and Peter Savigear (eds.), German Federalism Today ( New York: St. Martin's Press), 86-87.
11.
For example, Federal Republic of Germany -- 40 Years of the Basic

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