The Domestic Politics of German Unification

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Index
Abortion, 36(n2), 138, 139, 142-143, 241
Adam-Schwätzer, Irmgard, 236
Adenauer, Konrad, 4, 56, 129, 240
Administrative systems, 34, 121, 126-127; German Democratic Republic, 125-126, 205-206; Länder,124-125
Age: of Bundestag members, 78-80
Agriculture, 29, 196
AHB. See Außenhandelsbetriebe
Albrecht, Hans, 239
Allgemeinbildende Polytechnische Oberschule (POS), 207, 214, 215
Alliance for Germany, 7-8, 10, 26, 209, 226-227
Angola: immigrants from, 106
Anticommunism, 106
Antinuclear movement, 198
Anti-Semitism, 101, 102, 106
Article 21, 141, 152(n25)
Article 23, 166; application of, 28, 32-33; and reunification, 135-137, 151(n6)
Article 38, 141, 152(n25)
Article 51, 138
Article 79, 156
Article 143, 138-139, 144, 145
Article 146, 136, 137, 147, 149, 151(n6), 166
Association of German Employers, 179
Asylum-seekers: political, 103-104, 108, 235, 241, 242(n1)
Außenhandelsbetriebe (AHB), 63
Austria, 5, 169
Austro-Prussian War, 157
Autonome,108
Baden, 157
Baden-Württemberg, 138, 157, 158, 161, 170, 242(n1); elections in, 55, 100, 103, 231- 232
Banking system, 29
Barschel, Ewe, 37
Basic Law, 1, 140, 141, 151(nn2, 4), 154(n57), 156, 215, 235; abortion under, 142-144; Article 23, 28, 32-33; and Bundestag, 148-149; fiscal system, 160, 161, 162-163, 165; possible changes to, 147, 148, 150, 153(nn54-56), 166, 241; property rights under, 145-146; and reunification, 135-137, 151(n), 152(nn16, 22, 25), 171; and Unification Treaty, 137-139
Bavaria, 100, 103, 138, 143, 157, 158, 169, 170
BDA. See Federal Association of German Employers
BDI. See German Federation of Industry
Belgium, 169, 170
Berlin, 6, 103, 139, 158, 212, 241. See also East Berlin; West Berlin
Berlin Wall, 6
Berufsfachschulen,216
Berufsschulen,216
Betriebsverfassungsgese See Works Constitution Acts
Biedenkopf, Kurt, 238, 242(n2)
Biological determinism, 105
Bismarck, Otto von, 17-18, 31, 157
Bitterfeld, 197
Blessing, Karl-Heinz, 235
BLK. See Bund-Länder-Commission on Educational Planning and Promotion of Research
Bonn, 129, 241
Borders, 102, 157; opening of, 5-6, 24, 28, 38; under Unification Treaty, 137- 138
Bourgeoisie, 128, 129
Brandenburg, 9, 46, 128, 137, 139, 156, 158, 212, 213, 239
Brandt, Willy, 5
Braunschweig, 157

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