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The Merkel Republic : An Appraisal

By: Langenbacher, Eric.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York, NY : Berghahn Books, 2015Description: 1 online resource (218 p.).ISBN: 9781782388968.Subject(s): Elections -- Germany -- History -- 21st century | Germany. -- Bundestag -- Elections, 2013 | Merkel, Angela, -- 1954- -- Influence | Merkel, Angela, -- 1954- -- Political and social views | Political candidates -- Germany -- History -- 21st century | Political parties -- Germany -- History -- 21st century | Sozialdemokratische Partei DeutschlandsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Merkel Republic : An AppraisalDDC classification: 324.943/0883 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
The Merkel Republic -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Introduction: Merkel's Nachsommermärchen? -- Chapter 1: Follow-up to the Grand Coalition -- Chapter 2: Chancellor Hegemony -- Chapter 3: Past Imperfect, Future Tense -- Chapter 4: Small Parties and the 2013 Bundestag Election -- Chapter 5: Many New Faces, but Nothing New? -- Chapter 6: Closing the Gap -- Chapter 7: Immigration into Politics -- Chapter 8: The Reluctant Cosmopolitanization of European Party Politics -- Chapter 9: European Integration and Party Competition in German Federal Elections
Chapter 10: The Politics of the Eurozone Crisis -- Chapter 11: Merkel 3.0 -- Epilogue: Concluding Thoughts on the 2013 Bundestag Election -- Index
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The Merkel Republic -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Introduction: Merkel's Nachsommermärchen? -- Chapter 1: Follow-up to the Grand Coalition -- Chapter 2: Chancellor Hegemony -- Chapter 3: Past Imperfect, Future Tense -- Chapter 4: Small Parties and the 2013 Bundestag Election -- Chapter 5: Many New Faces, but Nothing New? -- Chapter 6: Closing the Gap -- Chapter 7: Immigration into Politics -- Chapter 8: The Reluctant Cosmopolitanization of European Party Politics -- Chapter 9: European Integration and Party Competition in German Federal Elections

Chapter 10: The Politics of the Eurozone Crisis -- Chapter 11: Merkel 3.0 -- Epilogue: Concluding Thoughts on the 2013 Bundestag Election -- Index

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<p>Eric Langenbacher is an Associate Teaching Professor and Director of the Honors Program in the Department of Government, Georgetown University. Recent publications include the paperback edition of Dynamics of Memory and Identity in Contemporary Europe (co-edited with Ruth Wittlinger and Bill Niven, 2015) and The German Polity, 10th edition (co-authored with David Conradt, 2013).</p>

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