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Investing in Early Crisis Relief or Reelection?

Comparing German Party Responses to the Euro Crisis

Alexandra Hennessy

benefit from the government’s struggle to contain the euro crisis. A member of the European Parliament proclaimed in 2008: “This financial crisis is for capitalist neoliberals what Chernobyl was for the nuclear lobby.” 10 According to issue ownership

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Helga Druxes, Christopher Thomas Goodwin, Catriona Corke, Carol Hager, Sabine von Mering, Randall Newnham, and Jeff Luppes

Germany and the U.S. even among climate activists. The very thoughtful contribution to this debate is an extremely valuable part of this volume. The authors conclude that it was not the Greens “who killed nuclear … And it wasn’t Chernobyl. It was Wall

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Where to Now?

Germany Rethinks its Energy Transition

Josephine Moore and Thane Gustafson

commitment of the government and the utilities had never been more than half-hearted. Even so, by 1990 nuclear power accounted for over one-third of total power generation. Yet, after the nuclear accident at Chernobyl in 1986, both public and official

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David F. Patton

parliament, they were elevating environmentalism within their own platforms in an effort to undercut the challenger's electoral appeal. Following the Chernobyl nuclear disaster and in light of the Greens’ ascent, the Kohl government established the Federal