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A program to foster citizen participation in government and politics in Germany

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United States. Office of the US High Commissioner for Germany
A program to foster citizen participation in government and politics in Germany
[Frankfurt]1951
32 p. 27 cm.

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Contents

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[Title page] A program to foster citizen participation in government and politics in Germany, p. [1]

Preface, Dayton, Kenneth p. 2

Table of contents, p. 3

Terminology and abbreviations, p. 4

I. General statement: 1. the problem, p. 5

I. General statement: 2. the program, pp. 5-6

II. Program plans, p. 7

1. Citizen participation in government, pp. 7-9

2. Local government, pp. 9-11

3. The public employee, the citizen and the state, pp. 11-13

4. Civil liberties, pp. 14-16

5. Police policy and administration, pp. 16-[19]

6. Political parties and election systems, pp. [19]-21

7. Legislative organization and practice, pp. 21-23

8. Federal-state relations, pp. 23-24

9. Education in political and governmental affairs, pp. 24-25

10. Institute of public affairs, pp. 25-27

11. Special projects, p. 27

III. Operating responsibilities, p. 28

1. Internal Political and Governmental Affairs Division, p. 28

2. Other HICOG headquarters units, p. 28

3. Land offices, pp. 28-29

4. Resident officers, pp. 29-30

5. Other local units, p. 30

6. French and British zones: U.S. land observers, p. 30

7. Consultants, p. 30

8. German visits to the U.S. and European countries, p. 30

9. Pamphlets, pp. 30-31

10. Newspapers and radio, p. 31

11. Film, p. 31

12. Exchanges division, p. 31

13. Deutsche Mark funds, p. 31

14. German legislation, pp. 31-32

15. Reports and analyses, p. 32

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