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Erich Honecker on the “Unity of Economic and Social Policy” (June 15–19, 1971)

Social Policy and Economic Planning (April 28, 1972)

Billion Mark Loans and Humanitarian Concessions (July 25, 1984)

Principles of the “Social Market Economy” (December 19, 1962)

Walter Ulbricht on the “New Economic System” of the GDR (December 16, 1965)

Economics Minister Karl Schiller on “Concerted Action” (January 9, 1967)

The West German Law to Promote Economic Stability and Growth (June 8, 1967)

The Federal Government’s Counter-Cyclical Spending Program (December 20, 1974)

The West German “Ban on Driving Motor Vehicles” (November 20, 1973)

A West German Journalist Ponders the Implications of the Oil Shock (November 15, 1973)

West German Steel Crisis (1983)

Chancellor Helmut Kohl Celebrates the Success of the Social Market Economy (October 25, 1989)

GDR Economics Minister Günter Mittag Explains the Failure of the Planned Economy (1991)

Erich Honecker Reviews His Successes (April 17–21, 1986)

Market Instead of Regulation (December 16, 1988)

Economic and Social Policy at the Local Level (1986)

International Socialist Division of Labor (June 7, 1962)

A New Chapter in Economic Policy (March 21, 1962)

A Sociological Analysis of the Spread of Affluence (1974)

Hitler’s Confidential Memo on Autarky (August 1936)

The Sopade Report on the Mood among Workers (September 1938)

Indices of Cost of Living and of Workers’ Wages (1913/14-1943)

The Reparations Settlement and Germany’s Peacetime Economy: Statement by the U.S. State Department (Press Release of December 12, 1945)

Agreement between the Governments of the United Kingdom and the United States on the Economic Fusion of their Respective Zones (December 2, 1946)

Speech by General Lucius D. Clay at the First Meeting of the Minister Presidents in Stuttgart (October 17, 1945)