The State and Social Change in Germany, 1880-1980
W. Robert Lee, Eve Rosenhaft
Berg, 1990 - Social Science - 299 pages
This volume contains articles by historians and social scientists from a wide range of areas of expertise, in which aspects of the interplay between state policy and social change are examined. The authors present both new ideas and fresh empirical material on a wide range of important topics.
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State and Society in Modern Germany Beamtenstaat
The State as an Employer of Women in the Weimar
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