Bismarck to Bullock: Conversations about Institutions in Politics and Industry in Britain and Germany Between Wilfred Brown and Wolfgang Hirsch-Weber
Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society, 1983 - Great Britain - 89 pages
Presenting an account of the origins and present shape of the two countries' political and industrial institutions, this work is based on talks between the late Lord Brown, industrialist and ex-Labour minister and Wolfgang Hirsch-Weber, a German professor of political science.
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