7 edition of THE PARTY OF DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISM IN GERMANY. Modern Post-Communism or Nostalgic Populism? found in the catalog.
January 1998 by Editions Rodopi B.V. .
Written in English
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The Party of Democratic Socialism in Germany, which includes the papers from the first conference on the PDS in Britain, brings together a range of scholars and politicians from Germany, Britain, France and the USA.
It assesses the present position of the party within the German political system shortly before the second Superwahljahr' in : Peter Barker. Get this from a library.
The party of democratic socialism in Germany: modern post-communism or nostalgic populism?. [Peter Barker; University of Reading. Centre for East German Studies.; University of Birmingham. Institute for German Studies.;]. The Party of Democratic Socialism in Germany: Modern Post-Communism or Nostalgic Populism.
Rodopi. Hough, Dan (). The Fall and Rise of the PDS in Eastern Germany (1st ed.). The University of Birmingham Press. ISBN ; Oswald, Franz (). The Party That Came Out of the Cold War: The Party of Democratic Socialism in.
The Party of Democratic Socialism (German: Partei des Demokratischen Sozialismus, PDS) was a democratic socialist political party in Germany active between and It was the legal successor to the Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED), which ruled the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) as a one-party state until From through to.
Other articles where Party of Democratic Socialism is discussed: Germany: The reunification of Germany: the SED, now renamed the Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS), suffered a crushing defeat. The eastern counterpart of Kohl’s CDU, which had pledged a speedy reunification of Germany, emerged as the largest political party in East Germany’s first.
was, in fact, a strong democratic socialist current in the demonstrations of the Fall of Although in the context of the abrupt unification with West Germany this current was smothered, it nevertheless re-emerged via the Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS).
This is a development that bears very careful by: 6. The party of democratic socialism in Germany: Modern post‐communism or nostalgic populism. The Centre for East German Studies at the University of Reading (in conjunction with the Institute for German Studies, Birmingham), 12–13 September Regionalist Parties and the Mobilization of Territorial Difference in Germany 36 F.
Oswald, The Party that Came Out of the Cold War: The Party of Democratic Socialism in ‘From the SED to the PDS: Continuity or Renewal?’, in German Monitor: The Party of Democratic Socialism.
Modern Post-Communism or Nostalgic Populism Cited by: 3. Party of Democratic Socialism. Decem By germanculture. share. The communist party that ran East Germany was the Socialist Unity Party of Germany (Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands–SED).
Founded inthe SED controlled the government and the electoral process and supervised the omnipresent State Security Service.
The Party of Democratic Socialism in Germany: Modern Post-Communism or Nostalgic Populism. Amsterdam: Rodopi, i + pp. $/$ Bendix, Regina. In Search of Authenticity: The Foundation of Folklore Studies.
Madison, WI: U of Wisconsin P, xi + pp. $/$ My publications include: an edited volume on the PDS in Germany: The Party of Democratic Socialism in Germany. Modern Post-Communism or Nostalgic Populism. () and edited volumes on the work THE PARTY OF DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISM IN GERMANY.
Modern Post-Communism or Nostalgic Populism? book the Enquete-Kommissionen: The GDR and its History. Rückblick und Revision. Die DDR im Spiegel der Enquete-Kommissionen () and Views from Abroad. Barker, Peter (ed.), The Party of Democratic Socialism in Germany: Modern Post-Communism or Nostalgic Populism?, German Monitor 42 (Amsterdam, Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, ) Barker, Peter (ed.), The GDR and its History: Rückblick und Revision: Die DDR im Spiegel derFile Size: 96KB.
Only the Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS), which no longer defines itself as communist, but as a left‐wing socialist party, is of any political relevance as an electoral and parliamentary force. Socialism, then, as the democratic socialists understand the term, is just the logical consequence of the democratic ideal: Democracy and socialism go hand in hand.
All over the world, wherever the idea of democracy has taken root, the vision of socialism. German Monitor (founded in ) is a series for themed edited volumes on literature, culture and politics in the German-speaking world since Our approach is inclusive: some volumes focus on single authors, political figures or genres; other volumes explore themes such as narratives of trauma, German left-wing terrorism, local/global narratives, and cultural relations between Germany.
Unification and the Fight for Survival. No doubt they would have found the idea of Germany’s first female Chancellor intriguing. 1 The real astonishment would, however, have come when they heard that the Socialist Unity Party’s (SED) successor party, the Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS), had metamorphosed into a left-wing Author: Dan Hough, Michael Koß, Jonathan Olsen.
This paper analyses the development of populism in five Western European countries (Austria, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom) from the s to the s. The following readings supplement those suggested in Chapter 7 of thePeter, ed. The Party of Democratic Socialism in Germany: Modern Post-Communism or Nostalgic Populism.
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Modern Post-Communism or Nostalgic Populism?, Building SightWritten works: Operation Cold Chop. THE SOCIALIST PARTY strives to establish a radical democracy that places people's lives under their own control -- a classless, feminist, socialist society free of racism, sexism, homophobia or transphobia, in which people cooperate at work, at home, and in the community.
Socialism is not mere government ownership, a welfare state, or a repressive bureaucracy. Condition: Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting.
Right-wing Populism and the Reform Party of Canada. Trevor Harrison. Published by University of The party of democratic socialism in Germany: Modern post-communism or nostalgic populism.
(German monitor). Socialism as it is practiced today, not textbook definition. Is the belief that a large and powerful government knows what is best for all of the people. They believe that only by centralizing power in the government can people be justly and fairl.
German Monitor – The Party of Democratic Socialism. Modern Post-Communism or Nostalgic Populism?, Amsterdam: Rodopi BV, (). Parties and party systems in the new Germany, Aldershot: The Green Party’s Transformation: The New Politics Party Grows up’ Author: MB Ashton.
The concept of “populist-socialism” is borrowed from Crawford Young, who states that this group “consists of states that espouse a socialist orientation but that either do not stress or expressly reject Marxism.” 1 According to Young, populist socialism is a doctrine of development that characterized the “first wave” socialist Cited by: 1.
Populism  is about the interests of general population. These interests may or may not be the same as of the pro-communism people. It is not connected with a particular ideology; instead, populists are interested in improving life by democratic.
Photos: Former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders In Julytwo months after announcing he would be seeking the Democratic Party's nomination for President, Sanders spoke to nea Peter Barker (ed.), The Party of Democratic Socialism in Germany.
Modern Post-Communism or Nostalgic Populism?, Rodopi, Amsterdam - Atlanta GA (German Monitor no. 42) ISBN: X (bound) (paper). These are the papers from the Reading conference on the PDS. Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, unified Germany is still confronted with significant political divides.
Two distinct party systems have emerged and are Author: Lars Rensmann. Terence J. Byres, in his classic critique of the populism of Michael Lipton, identified three types of agrarian populism: classical populism, neopopulism, and liberal populism (Byres, ).
He would later, inadvance the notion of neoclassical neopopulism to categorize the body of work of Griffin, Khan, and Ickowitz (), as Cited by: The terms 'socialist' and 'communist' are often confused, thanks in large part to the Cold War.
The day after the first Democratic presidential debate, Donald Trump called Bernie Sanders a maniac Author: Phillip Bump. Explore books by Peter Barker with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Book Trust Recycling Electrical Equipment The Party of Democratic Socialism in Germany: Modern Post-Communism or Nostalgic Populism.
- German Monitor 42 (Hardback). Here Kornai presents its main features: one-party system, marxist-leninist ideology, the command economy, the bureocratic coordenation(coordenation is a tecnical term which means how social relations work- Kornai is clearly under the influence of Hayek) the shortage economy(how shortages were inherent to socialist economies), and so by: Allinson, Mark, Politics and Popular Opinion in East Germany (Manchester: Manchester University Press, ) Barker, Peter (ed.), The Party of Democratic Socialism in Germany: Modern Post-Communism or Nostalgic Populism?, German Monitor 42 (Amsterdam, Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, ).
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But the problem wasn’t Bernie’s campaign strategy — it was the full force of the Democratic establishment that so effectively consolidated against him. Socialism Socialist Leaders Economic and social doctrine Public ownership All people live in cooperation with one another All things people produce is shared Everyone benefits Works Cited Samuel Gompers McGuire, William, and Leslie Wheeler.
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Populism, political program or movement that champions the common person, usually by contrast with the elite. It typically combines elements of the left and the right, opposing large business and financial interests but also frequently being hostile to established socialist.
I think the Labour Party is a good case in point; while at one point in time ostensibly socialist (or social democrats or whatever), they have now made the transition beyond that to a full-on populist position.
Same with the SPD. I think populists are the most dangerous bunch of politicians because they lie their way into office.Other early populist political parties in the United States included the Greenback Party, the Progressive Party of led by Theodore Roosevelt, the Progressive Party of led by Robert M.
La Follette, Sr., and the Share Our Wealth movement of Huey Long in –