Entstehung Und Wandel Der Modernen Gesellschaft 1970
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“…For Eugene Anderson the government took the initiative in school policies because of the public's disinterest or silent support. 41 Achim Leschinsky and Peter-Martin Roeder in their Schule im historischen Prozess* 2 likewise placed the emphasis on the side of the state. Thomas Nipperdey, by contrast, argued that the efforts of the state to strengthen itself by using the school as its instrument resulted in encouraging civil society to revolutionize the state.…”
Section: Civil Society Versus State In Prussiamentioning
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“…For Eugene Anderson the government took the initiative in school policies because of the public's disinterest or silent support. 41 Achim Leschinsky and Peter-Martin Roeder in their Schule im historischen Prozess* 2 likewise placed the emphasis on the side of the state. Thomas Nipperdey, by contrast, argued that the efforts of the state to strengthen itself by using the school as its instrument resulted in encouraging civil society to revolutionize the state.…”
Section: Civil Society Versus State In Prussiamentioning