Table of contents for German ideologies since 1945 : studies in the political thought and culture of the Bonn Republic / edited by Jan-Werner Mčuller.

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Introduction: Putting German Political Thought in Context--Jan-Werner Muller
1: The Transformation of German Political Thought in the Post-War Period
Restoring the German Spirit: Humanism and Guilt in Post-War Germany--Anson RabinbachNormative Westernization? - The Impact of Remigres on the Formation of Political Thought in Post-War Germany--Alfons Sollner
Habermas's Reconstruction of West German Law and the Sozialstaat Controversy--John P. McCormick
The Westernization of the Political Thought of the West German Labour Movement--Julia Angster
II: Critical Theory and the Legacies of 1968
Post-War Ideologies and the Body Politics of 1968--Dagmar Herzog
1968 as Event, Milieu and Ideology--Jan-Werner Muller
3: German Conservatism: From Technocratic Conservatism to the New Right
From the Conservative Revolution to Technocratic Conservatism--Dirk van Laak
German Neo-Conservatism, c.1968 to 1985: Hermann Lubbe and Others--Jerry Muller
From National Identity to National Interest: The Rise (and Fall) of Germany’s New Right --Jan-Werner Muller
4: German Republicanism and the Politics of Recognition
A Tolerant Republic--Rainer Forst
The Many Faces of the Republic--William A. Barbieri

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Germany Politics and government 1945-1990, Political science Germany