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M. Koß,Dan Hough
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978-0230019072
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Palgrave Macmillan; 2007 edition (September 12, 2007)
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New Perspectives in German Political Studies .

New Perspectives in German Political Studies. The Left Party in Contemporary German Politics. Authors: Hough, Dan, Koß, . Olsen, Jonathan. DAN HOUGH is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Sussex, UK. He has published widely on parties and party systems, devolution and constitutional change in the UK and German politics. He has published widely on German politics, European politics, political parties and party systems and extremist parties, including Nature and Nationalism: Right-Wing Ecology and the Politics of Identity in Contemporary Germany.

Start by marking Left Party in Contemporary German Politics, Th. This is the first book in either English or German to analyse the development of Germany's newest political party, the Left Party.

Start by marking Left Party in Contemporary German Politics, The. New Perspectives in German Studies. as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. It compares and contrasts the party's development with that of Germany's most well-known outsider party - the Greens. It also analyses the party's performance in office in two eastern German Lander.

Left Party in Contemporary German Politics (New Perspectives in German Studies). Daniel Hough, Michael Koss, Jonathan Olsen. Download (pdf, 980 Kb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

This is the first book in either English or German to analyse the development of Germany's newest political party, the Left Party. It also analyses the party's performance in office in two eastern German L?¤nder. Finally, the book also puts the merger between the PDS and the WASG under the microscope before speculating on the party's future prospects. Categories: Education. MICHAEL KOß is Visiting Scholar at the Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences, Germany

New Perspectives in German Political Studies. MICHAEL KOß is Visiting Scholar at the Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences, Germany.

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Germany remains a pivotal country in Europe. PHANTOMS OF WAR IN CONTEMPORARY GERMAN LITERATURE, FILMS AND DISCOURSE The Politics of Memory Beverly Crawford POWER AND GERMAN FOREIGN POLICY Embedded Hegemony in Europe Dan Hough, Michael Koß and Jonathan Olsen THE LEFT PARTY IN CONTEMPORARY GERMAN POLITICS Roger Woods GERMANY S NEW RIGHT AS CULTURE AND POLITICS.

It grew out of the predominantly eastern German PDS and the largely western German WASG. It is the first party in Germany's history to stabilize itself as a serious competitor to the left of Germany's Social Democrats. Its organizational resilience and its strong electoral performances would therefore indicate that it will be here to stay for a while to come. This book analyses how the Left Party came into existence, why it has been successful and where it is likely to go - in programmatic, strategic and electoral terms - from here.

New Perspectives in German Political Studies). It also analyses the party's performance in office in two eastern German Länder. Finally, the book also puts the merger betwee.

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by Dan Hough, M. Ko, Jonathan Olsen. Part of the New Perspectives in German Political Studies series. Format: PDF. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Publication Date: 12/09/2007.

This is the first book in either English or German to analyse the development of Germany's newest political party, the Left Party. It compares and contrasts the party's development with that of Germany's most well-known outsider party - the Greens. It also analyses the party's performance in office in two eastern German Länder.