Bismarck to Bullock: conversations about institutions in politics and industry in Britain and Germany between Wilfred Brown and Wolfgang Hirsch-Weber
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Abitur agree agreement appointed army associations became Bismarck blue-collar workers Britain British civil service British industry British unions bureaucracy chairman Christian Democrat citizens civil servants civil service co-determination collar workers committees Communists Conservative constitutional course decisions democracy differentials directors economic council elected Emperor employers factory councils Federal firm formalise Frankfurt Parliament German unions Germany Glacier Metals groups idea industrial unions industrialists inflation institutions interests Labour Government labour movement Labour Party leaders legislation Liberals majority Minister Nazis negotiate nineteenth century officers organisation participation policies political practice professors Prussia recently reform representation representatives Republic revolution role rules schools senior managers Social Democratic Party staff stewards strike sub-parliament supervisory boards things trade union union members union officials universal suffrage veto vote wage Weimar Republic WH-W white-collar workers Wilfred Brown