- Title Pages
- PART I Forced Reorientation
- CHAPTER 1 Renouncing War
- CHAPTER 2 Questioning the Nation
- CHAPTER 3 Rejecting the Plan
- CONCLUSION TO PART I: Preconditions of Freedom
- PART II Contradictory Modernization
- CHAPTER 4 Embracing the West
- CHAPTER 5 Arriving at Democracy
- CHAPTER 6 Protesting Authority
- CONCLUSION TO PART II: Paradoxes of Modernity
- PART III Challenges of Civil Society
- CHAPTER 7 Abandoning Socialism
- CHAPTER 8 Searching for Normalcy
- CHAPTER 9 Fearing Foreignness
- CONCLUSION TO PART III: Implications of Upheaval
- (p.189) CHAPTER 7 Abandoning Socialism
- After Hitler
Konrad H. Jarausch (Contributor Webpage)
- Oxford University Press
This chapter addresses the East German democratic awakening of 1989 that rejected socialism, restored democratic practices, and sought to find a Third Way between East and West.
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