Sozialdemokratische Reformdiskurse by Jan Turowski download in iPad, ePub, pdf
It still remains associated with the economic causes of unionised employees and working class voters. The party sees that economic system as necessary in order to ensure the affluence of the entire population.
The coordinated social market economy should be strengthened and its output should be distributed fairly. It began seeking cooperation with nationalist groups, such as the Stahlhelm and Junge Deutsche Orden. However, with the Godesberg Program the party evolved from a socialist working-class party to a modern social-democratic party working within democracy. With their departure from the party, it lost whatever influence in the labour movement it once had.
In exile, the party used the name Sopade. Through the recruitment of Winning, the party hoped to expand its influence to other parts of Germany. The Social Democrats had been the only party to vote against the Enabling Act while the Communist Party was blocked from voting.
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