The Republikaner Party in Germany: Right-wing Menace or Protest Catchall? by Peter Mnich, etc., Hans-Joachim Veen, Norbert Lepszy (Paperback, 1993)
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- DescriptionThis volume presents a broad survey of the Republikaner Party, its program and ideology, its organization, and the composition of its voters and sympathizers. The authors maintain that any analysis of the Republikaners must distinguish between the party as represented by its platform and party officials, and the party as seen by its voters. Republikaners draw potential voters from two very differently motivated groups: (1) a small, ideologically oriented segment dominated by right-wing conservative and right-fringe extremist attitudes, and (2) a larger, flucating pool of sympathizers less committed to the REP and primarily concerned with ecomic and social issues. Until recently, the Republikaners were mainly able to exploit narrowly focused, pent-up resentments. The foreigner problem is at the center of Republikaners' propaganda and serves as a catalyst that adroitly combines numerous related social problems such as housing shortage, unemployment, and the widespread fear of being shunted aside by interlopers. Although the Republikaners still lack the social foundation and ideological consensus necessary to build a stable core constituency, the organization serves as a vehicle for diverse protest. The authors warn that the Republikaners potentially comprise a base for organizing a party on the far right of the German political spectrum.
- Author BiographyHANS-JOACHIM VEEN is research director of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in St. Augustin, Germany, and a member of the foundation's executive board. He was director of the Foundation's Research Institute from 1983 to 1992 and deputy director from 1978 to 1982. Currently he lectures in political science at Mainz University. Dr.Veen received his Ph.D. from Freiburg University and has published and lectured extensively on the West German party system and voting behavior. NORBERT LEPSZY is a political scientist with the Research Institute of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. He earned his Ph.D. at Bonn Univesity and has published and lectured on the German party system and on comparative politics. Dr. Lepszy currently lectures in political science at Munster University. PETER MNICH is research assistant at the University of Luneburg and a former staff member of the Research Institute of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation His interests include the area of empirical research, especially the analysis of cohort phenomena. Mr. Mnich received his M.A. in sociology from Kiel University.
- Author(s)Hans-Joachim Veen,Norbert Lepszy,Peter Mnich,etc.
- Date of Publication24/03/1993
- SubjectPolitical Ideologies & Parties
- Series TitleThe Washington Papers
- Series Part/Volume Numberv. 162.
- Place of PublicationWestport
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintPraeger Publishers Inc
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight159 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine5 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
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