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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)

Taking Stock of the Federal Government’s Social Policy (May 17, 1974)

Expansion of the Social Welfare State (September 24, 1973)

The “New Poverty” in the Federal Republic (1976)

Social Welfare State Based on the Rule of Law (April 4, 1973)

Prefabricated Concrete Buildings (1974)

Handing over the Keys at the Charité Clinic in East Berlin (1982)

Retirement and Nursing Home in Reutlingen (1977)

A Group of Elderly People at a Bus Stop in East Berlin (1985)

A Young Family on the Balcony of their New Apartment in Greifswald (1979)

The Family in the Context of Women’s Equality (December 20, 1965)

Legalizing First Trimester Abortions in the GDR (March 13, 1972)

Social Policy and Women (1989)

Declining Birth Rates (1950–1990)

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

Cheap Rents and Housing Shortages (Retrospective Account, 2010)

Economic and Social Policy at the Local Level (1986)

Kaiser Wilhelm II on the Workers’ Question (January 21, 1890)

Kaiser Wilhelm I’s Royal Proclamation on Public Health Insurance (November 17, 1881)

Collecting Benefits from Old Age and Disability Insurance (c. 1890)

Emil Schwabe, Unresolved Questions (1887)

The CDU and the “Social Market Economy”: Düsseldorf Guidelines for Economic Policy, Agricultural Policy, Social Policy, and Housing (July 15, 1949)

The 6th Interzonal Trade Union Conference: Position of Women in the Economy, the Restructuring of Social Security (October 21–23, 1947)

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