Routledge Library Editions: German Politics
Bringing together 14 volumes originally published between 1971 and 1989, this set gives a comprehensive overview of politics and society in Germany prior to re-unification. The volumes examine the political parties and structure of the Bundestag, as well as discussing the German education system, industrial relations and the media. The collection as a whole represents an invaluable insight into the historical, political and social factors that have made Germany into the major European force that she is today.
Table of Contents1. Ideology and interests in the German state 2. The Federal Republic of Germany and the European Community 3. Germany in the Twentieth Century 4. Honecker's Germany 5. The GDR : Moscow's German Ally 6. West Germany : Politics and society 7. Europe from below: an assessment of Franco-German popular contacts 8. Political culture in France and Germany : a contemporary perspective 9. West Germany today 10. Parties, opposition and society in West Germany 11. Origins of post-war German politics 12. The Green movement in West Germany 13. Germany today: introductory studies 14. Christian democracy in Western Germany : the CDU/CSU in government and opposition, 1945-1976
Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field