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Conclusions

  • G. E. Edwards

Abstract

After an extremely difficult start, East Germany has evolved a complex social, political and economic system which is in many ways different from the experience and aims of countries in the West and which in part seeks quite different solutions to modern social problems. From the material gathered together in this book it is clear that many areas of life have changed but the rate of change has not been constant through the period nor has it been at the same rate for the various aspects of society which have been described here.

Keywords

Social Institution Humanistic Tradition Male Attitude Major Social Problem Important Continuity 
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© G. E. Edwards 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • G. E. Edwards
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  1. 1.Department of European StudiesLoughborough University of TechnologyUK

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