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Politics, law, and social change; selected essays. Edited by Frederic S. Burin and Kurt L. Shell.


New York, Columbia University Press, 1969.
ISBN 0231031912, 9780231031912

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Subjects Kirchheimer, Otto, 1905-1965
Kirchheimer, Otto.
Political science.
Science politique.
Staatslehre.
Verfassungslehre.
Description xlii, 483 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date 1969.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 479-483).
Contents Preface / Frederic S. Burin and Kurt L. Shell -- Otto Kirchheimer : an introduction to his life and work / John H. Herz and Erich Hula -- Part 1:. Uncovering basic mechanisms of political order and disorder -- The socialist and Bolshevik theory of the state -- Marxism, dictatorship, and the organization of the proletariat -- Weimar, and what then? An analysis of a constitution -- Constitutional reaction in 1932 -- The legal order of National Socialism -- Decree powers and constitutional law in France under the Third Republic -- Changes in the structure of political compromise -- In quest of sovereignty -- Part 2: The transformation of democratic politics -- Notes on the political scene in Western Germany -- France from the Fourth to the Fifth Republic -- Party structure and mass democracy in Europe -- Majorities and minorities in Western European governments -- The waning of opposition in parliamentary regimes Germany : the vanishing opposition -- The transformation of the Western European party system -- Expertise and politics in the administration -- Part 3: Man, victim and maker of society -- Confining conditions and revolutionary breakthroughs -- Politics and justice -- The Rechtsstaat as magic wall -- Private man and society.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00005685
(OCoLC)5685
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WorldCat Identities Kirchheimer, Otto.
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