The New Germany in the East
Policy Agendas and Social Developments since Unification
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The unification of Germany extended the economic and political system of the West to the East. This led to a "problematic normalization" as East Germans adjusted to uncertainties in employment, education, family life and immigration. This work considers the problems of the socialist legacy.
'This book is a timely, fascinating and thought provoking review of the new eastern German states some ten years after unification ... strongly recommended for all who take an interest in the process of transition generally and eastern German adjustment in particular.' - Political Studies