Published November 13, 2007
by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
The Left (German: Die Linke), also commonly referred to as the Left Party (German: die Linkspartei, pronounced [diː ˈlɪŋkspaʁˌtaɪ̯] ()), is a democratic socialist political party in is considered to be left-wing populist by some researchers. The party was founded in as the result of the merger of the Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS) and the Electoral Alternative for Chairperson: Katja Kipping, Bernd Riexinger, (Co-leaders). Get this from a library! The Left Party in contemporary German politics. [Dan Hough; Michael Koss; Jonathan Olsen] -- "This book analyses how the Left Party came into existence, why it has been successful and where it is likely to go - in programmatic, strategic and electoral terms - from here. It compares the Left. Get this from a library! Left Party in Contemporary German Politics, The. New Perspectives in German Studies.. [Michael Koss; Jonathan Olsen; By (author) (author); Hough, Daniel.] -- This is the first book in either English or German to analyse the development of Germany's newest political party, the Left Party. It compares and contrasts the party's development with that of. The main aim of “Contemporary Left Antisemitism” is to portray the Corbyn-supporting left as totalitarian and fascist, in contrast to the Engage left, which Hirsh depicts as democratic and law-abiding: “this book is as much a manifestation of a democratic left tradition as it is a critique of a totalitarian left tradition”.Cited by:
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