The German-American Connection in the 1980s
Lewis J. Edinger examines West German interests in world affairs. He concludes that for the foreseeable future, the German Federal Republic is bound to remain a close and essentially subordinate ally of the United States.
From the Bonn to the Berlin Republic: Can a Stable Democracy Continue?, Lewis J. Edinger and Brigitte L. Nacos
Bureaucrats and Politicians in Western Democracies, Samuel J. Eldersveld, Robert D. Putnam, Joel D. Aberbach, Bert A. Rockman and Ronald Inglehart Reviewed by Lewis J. Edinger
West Germany: Problems and Prospects, Lewis J. Edinger
Where Are the Political Superstars?, Lewis J. Edingermore by this author
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