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Germany Transformed

Political Culture and the New Politics

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$92.00 • £80.95 • €83.95

ISBN 9780674353152

Publication Date: 05/18/1981


400 pages

6-1/4 x 9-1/4 inches

49 line illustrations, 54 tables


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The authors uncover a variety of most interesting trends in German behavior, which must lead to a recasting of many commonly accepted characterizations of current politics in Germany. Especially important are the trends they find in regime support and in active participation; their treatment of changing political agendas; and their new measure of partisanship (which should cause many Europeans to revise their thoughts about partisanship). Some other analyses, such as their analysis of Germans’ attitudes on foreign policy are topically interesting, and are very well done… Their interpretations generally ring true… All in all, I think this is a first-rate job.—W. Phillips Shively

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