Democracy Imposed: U.S. Occupation Policy and the German Public, 1945-1949

Democracy Imposed U S Occupation Policy and the German Public Instead of studying what German political leaders and intellectuals thought about the US occupation this text explores the response of the ordinary German people analyzing data from public opinion s

  • Title: Democracy Imposed: U.S. Occupation Policy and the German Public, 1945-1949
  • Author: Richard L. Merritt Bruce A. Williams Albert R. Matheny
  • ISBN: 9780300060379
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Instead of studying what German political leaders and intellectuals thought about the US occupation, this text explores the response of the ordinary German people, analyzing data from public opinion surveys conducted largely by the American Military Government beginning in 1945 It poses questions such as How successful was the United States in attempting to impose a democInstead of studying what German political leaders and intellectuals thought about the US occupation, this text explores the response of the ordinary German people, analyzing data from public opinion surveys conducted largely by the American Military Government beginning in 1945 It poses questions such as How successful was the United States in attempting to impose a democratic system on Germany after World War II , and Did US occupation policy actually change German society and attitudes.

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