Protest Movements in 1960s West Germany: A Social History of Dissent and Democracy
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Protest Movements in 1960s West Germany: A Social History of Dissent and Democracy

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This social history of protest movements in 1960s Germany departs from the limited and often politically biased reports of participants by placing the protests within the wider contexts of social change and international events. Thomas makes extensive use of archival material, much of which has never been used before, to reconstruct an historical narrative that begins with...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published February 1st 2003 by Bloomsbury Academic (first published 2003)
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A good thorough overview of the rise of the Extra-Parliamentary Opposition (APO). A very useful resource if yer studying the West German New Left. The only reason i did not give it four stars is because the decline of the APO was not handled nearly as well. i.e. lots of background about the 50s, little of use about the 70s.
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