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CIVIL SOCIETY IN TRANSITION : THE EAST GERMAN THIRD SECTOR TEN YEARS UNIFICATION
H. K. ANHEIER
Written in English
in: East European Politics and Societies v.15, no.1 (2001) : 139-156.
|Contributions||PRILLER, E., ZIMMER, A.|
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Civil Society in Transition: The East German Third Sector Ten Years After Unification Article (PDF Available) in Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing Newsletter, IEEE 15(1) December In "Civil society in transition: The East German Third Sector Ten Years After Unification", Anheier, Priller, and Zimmer state, "Unlike Diakonie and Caritas, the Volkssolidarität, a genuine welfare organisation of the former GDR without any counterpart in West Germany and the Red Cross had a more difficult time adjusting to the new political Focus: social welfare.
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