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Germany Divided:
From the Wall to Reunification
A. James McAdams
With a new epilogue by the author

Paperback | 1994 | $45.00 / £30.95 | ISBN: 9780691001081
270 pp. | 6 x 9 | 9 halftones
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Germany Divided remains one of the most thought-provoking and comprehensive interpretations of the forty-year relationship between East and West Germany and of the problems of contemporary German unity. In this politically controversial and analytically sophisticated account, A. James McAdams dissects the complex process by which East and West German leaders moved over the years from first pursuing the ideal of German unity, to accepting what they believed to be the inescapable reality of division, and then, finally, to meeting the challenges of an unanticipated reunification. This new edition contains an epilogue in which McAdams considers some of the political and economic problems faced by eastern and western Germans as they entered their fourth year of living together.

Review:

"A masterly and elegantly written account of the interweaving of domestic politics and inter-German relations."--International Affairs

". . . a notable analysis of the two Germanys and how they became one."--Publishers Weekly

". . . comprehensive coverage and first-rate analysis of the intricate East-West German relationship in the 1970's and 80's. . . ."--Choice

"A. James McAdams' excellent book is above all the story of the two Germanies' forty-year history with each other. . . . Using a plethora of interviews and other primary sources, McAdams presents a story unavailable elsewhere."--The Historian

"Well documented and consistently rigorous, McAdams' study points out the immense challenges that remain before a liberal democratic Germany can be created."--Orbis

"An outstanding analysis of the changing relations between East and West Germany."--Osteuropa

Endorsement:

"There are very few scholars in the German field who move as comfortably between the different worlds of Bonn and East Berlin as does A. James McAdams."--Norman Naimark, Stanford University

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