Major Foreign Powers: The Governments of Great Britain, France, Germany, and the Soviet Union
This book discusses the British, French, German, and Soviet government systems during the 1950s. The book consists of 44 chapters about the British, French, German, and Soviet people and politics, the British, French, German, and Soviet political heritage, British, French, German parties and elections, the Communist party, the British and French Parliaments, German parliamentary institutions, the Soviets, the British Cabinet, British Prime Minister and Monarch, the French Executive, German Executive and Administration, the Soviet Executive and Political Leadership, the national and local British and French administration, German law and administration of justice, planning and controls administration in the USSR, English, French, and Soviet law and courts, problems in German society, the present Britain, France, and the USSR, government and politics in Soviet Germany, the British, French, German, and Soviet relation with the world, patterns and variety among the World's governments, the role of government in contemporary society, the interrelations of national and international politics, belief systems and politics, problems of constitutionalism, channels of political action such as elections, political parties, and legislatures, political leadership, and democracy in that era. This book is suitable for research on the government systems of Great Britain, France, Germany, and the Soviet Union in the 1950s.
Tidak tersedia versi lain