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First Government Coalition Between Social Democrats and Liberals (1969)

The Day-to-Day Problems of Governing (September 19, 1972)

Ten Years of the SPD/FDP Coalition (October 19, 1979)

Willy Brandt with His Successor, Helmut Schmidt (May 16, 1974)

Excerpt from the Staats-Lexikon: “Constitution, Constitutional System” (1845–48)

Carl Schurz on Becoming a Supporter of Republican Government during the Revolution of 1848 (Retrospective Account, 1913)

Speech of Friedrich Julius Stahl against the Repeal of the Prussian Constitution (1853)

Alsace-Lorraine’s Provincial Assembly in Strasbourg (c. 1874)

Cabinet Discussion on Budget Priorities (February 8, 1933)

“Our State Ministry in Uniform (With One Exception)” (March 28, 1889)

Stuttgart Speech (“Speech of Hope”) by James F. Byrnes, United States Secretary of State (September 6, 1946)

U.S. Delegation Minutes of the Meeting between the Western Military Governors and the German Minister Presidents regarding the German Reply to the London Documents (July 26, 1948)

The “Koblenz Decisions” of the West German Minister Presidents (July 10, 1948)

Authorization for Convocation of a Constituent Assembly in the Trizone (July 1, 1948)

Speech by Konrad Adenauer, Chancellor of the Federal Republic, at a Reception Given by the Allied High Commissioners (September 21, 1949)

The Economic Council (1949)

Federal Minister Franz-Josef Wuermeling on the Task of Family Policy (1958)

Recommendations for Promoting Women’s Work in East German Enterprises (1949)

Emil Schäfer on the Person and Tasks of the Federal Minister of Family Affairs (1953)

From the Memorandum by the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs on “The Reasons for Our Declining Birth Rate” (1957)