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Review: Continuity and Change in Germany's Turbulent Twentieth Century: Breakdown, Breakup, Breakthrough: Germany's Difficult Passage to Modernity by Carl F. Lankowski
Reviewed Works: Breakdown, Breakup, Breakthrough: Germany's Difficult Passage to Modernity by Carl F. Lankowski; The Postwar Transformation of Germany: Democracy, Prosperity, and Nationhood by John Brady, Beverly Crawford, Sarah Elise Wiliarty; Transformation of the German Political Party System: Institutional Crisis or Democratic Renewal? by Christopher S. Allen
Review by: Marc Morjé Howard
German Politics & Society
Vol. 18, No. 3 (56), Special Issue: Eastern Germany Ten Years After Unification (Fall 2000), pp. 137-149
Published by: Berghahn Books
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23737461
Page Count: 13
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