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The Persistence of Values and Life Cycle Changes

  • Russel J. Dalton
Part of the Politische Vierteljahresschrift Sonderheft book series (PVS, volume 12)

Abstract

The last three decades have witnessed a nearly revolutionary change in German society. In the span of a single generation, the Federal Republic has been transformed into a modern, democratic and advanced industrial nation.

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