4 edition of Organizing Democracy in Eastern Germany found in the catalog.
Organizing Democracy in Eastern Germany
February 13, 2000
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||210|
Free trade union federations in France, Italy, Germany, and elsewhere helped establish stable conditions for democracy and public support for the Marshall Plan in Western Europe at a time when Stalin was entrenching Soviet control in Eastern Europe and trying to undermine Western democracy. DEMOCRACY AND DEMOGRAPHICS IN THE USA is a wakeup call and conscience-awakening book. It is a roadmap showing how Democrats can use the power of demographics to "Build Back Better" (Biden) on.
The lands of Eastern Europe had been under the Domination of the German, Russian, and Austro-Hungarian governments until after World War One, at which point they became independent. These independent nations all tried democracy, hailed as the best system by which to introduce the principle of national self- determination to a fledgling nation. If you read the speech, which can be found at h ttp:// /, you will see that Wilson was referring specifically to the fact that Germany was not a democratic country, that its attacks on unarmed merchant vessels bringing supplies to European countries at war would not have been possible had it been a democracy.
Origins. After the autonomous Student League for Industrial Democracy merged with other groups to form the American Student Union in , the League for Industrial Democracy still tried to keep a campus presence. In the late s and early war years they organized summer institutes to educate students in union organizing and sponsored lecture tours by Joel Seidman and LeRoy Bower. Grassroots organizing builds community groups from scratch, developing new leadership where none existed and organizing the unorganized. It is a values based process where people are brought together to act in the interest of their communities and the common good. Networks of community organizations that employ this method and support local organizing groups include National People's Action.
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Organizing democracy in eastern Germany Interest groups in post-communist society Stephen Padgett. published by the press syndicate of the university of cambridge which facilitated the research on which this book is based.
Contents List of tables page vi Cited by: Get this from a library. Organizing Democracy in Eastern Germany: Interest Groups in Post-Communist Society. [Stephen Padgett] -- This book examines the emergence of interest groups in post-communist society, an issue central to democratic transformation.
The focus is on eastern Germany, but comparisons are made throughout with. This book examines the emergence and functioning of interest groups in post-communist society, an issue central to democratic transformation. Although the focus is on eastern Germany, comparisons are made throughout with the other countries of eastern and central Europe.
Get this from a library. Organizing democracy in Eastern Germany: interest groups in post-Communist society. [Stephen Padgett] -- The emergence of interest group politics is one of the decisive factors in democratic transformation in post-communist society.
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Creating a Democratic Civil Society in Eastern Germany: The Case of the Citizen Movements and Alliance 90Cited by: 8. The book includes reference material from key documents, such as the German trating how Germany went from political pariah to a model of modern liberal democracy, Glaessner offers a concise overview of the German political system in the post-war period.
The answer: We need to organize and fight to protect and expand our democracy. Americans are distraught as tightly held economic and political power drowns out their voices and values.
Legendary Diet for a Small Planet author Frances Moore Lappé and organizer-scholar Adam Eichen offer a fresh, surprising response to this core s: Thus her book begins with a strong argument against the revisionist belief that the Soviet imposition of communism in eastern Europe after was a.
I n the spring ofJohn Feffer, a year-old American, spent several months criss-crossing eastern Europe in hope of unlocking the mystery of its post-communist future and writing a book. The Ministry for State Security (German: Ministerium für Staatssicherheit, MfS) or State Security Service (Staatssicherheitsdienst, SSD), commonly known as the Stasi (IPA: [ˈʃtaːziː]), was the official state security service of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany).
It has been described as one of the most effective and repressive intelligence and secret police agencies ever to.
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His book Democracy in America argued that the new democracy worked much more smoothly in this new country than in his homeland, where the memory of the violence and turmoil of the French Revolution of was still very much alive.
The revolution in his own country, as Tocqueville was painfully aware, had unleashed forces calling for democracy. This book examines normative theories of civil society and deliberative democracy by using a case study of the East German 'citizen movements' that led the democratic opposition against the communist regime.
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Unlike the countries of the eastern bloc, India became a constitutional democracy inbut even before that the constitutional history goes back to and evolution of the Indian constitution can be traced from and Dr.
Babasaheb Ambedkar was a dominant player since and was a major player in the drafting of the constitution of The book focused on people's responses to the plague rather than God's wrath. In this sense, the book was not about religion, but rather about people, a relatively new concept at the time.
Pico della Mirandola (–) was an Italian Renaissance humanist philosopher and scholar. He authored the "Oration on the Dignity of Man," which has. Germany - Germany - The end of the republic: An unintended effect of the anti-Young Plan campaign was to give widespread public exposure to Hitler, who used his access to the Hugenberg-owned press empire and to its weekly movie newsreels to give himself and his Nazi movement national publicity.
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Which European Union. Europe after the Euro Crisis. And eastern Europeans have felt threatened by this revolution. The great irony is that although eastern Europe today is reacting with panic to mass migration, the revolutions of were the first in which the desire to exit one’s country, rather than to gain a greater voice within it, was the primary agent of change.
In their recent article in The Guardian, based on the forthcoming book The Light that Failed: The Reckoning Ivan Krastev and Steven Holmes claim that the current illiberal backlash in countries such as Poland and Hungary is best explained by the post-transformational fatigue rooted in unsuccessful efforts to emulate the West after While this tendency “has been given an.
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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Padgett, Stephen. Organizing Democracy in Eastern.commitment to nurturing democracy in its eastern fringes through effective law enforcement, improved dialogue and existing institutions. 3 THE STATE OF DEMOCRACY AFTER 25 YEARS 1. Introduction The past 25 years have seen a dramatic transition in Central and Eastern Europe, resulting in the fall of communism and the adoption of market-oriented.