The Future of Democracy in the Former German Democratic Republic

(1997) 1 German American Law Journal 99-108

Posted: 15 Oct 2020

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Thomas Lundmark

University of Hull - School of Law; University of Münster

Date Written: 1997

Abstract

In describing a country as democratic, people generally mean one of three things: a political system that promotes social equality, one that protects liberty, or one that places ultimate political power in the people as a whole. These conceptions of democracy are referred to in this article respectively as social democracy, liberal democracy, and political democracy.

Suggested Citation

Lundmark, Thomas, The Future of Democracy in the Former German Democratic Republic (1997). (1997) 1 German American Law Journal 99-108, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3680523

Thomas Lundmark (Contact Author)

University of Hull - School of Law ( email )

University of Hull
Hull, HU6 7RX
United Kingdom

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