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From the Bonn to the Berlin Republic: Can a Stable Democracy Continue?
Lewis J. Edinger and Brigitte L. Nacos examine whether reunited Germany remains a model of democratic stability in the heart of Europe. They hold that Germany's democracy is well suited to adapt to and cope with the challenges posed by domestic changes such as reunification and international developments.

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