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Available evidence suggests, however, that as early as the late 1980s the West
German public was no longer fully convinced of the continued viability of steadily
increasing affluence and prosperity. When asked in 1989 what kind of life their ...
Despite efforts on the part of the established parties and the national
governments to check growing hostility toward foreigners by setting strict limits to
immigration, xenophobia and racism reemerged in the 1980s and early 1990s.
There are at ...
For 63 percent they constituted the principal cause of unemployment, and for
virtually all the principal cause of crime (Brechon, 1993, p. 43). By the early
1990s, xenophobia was also one of the most important characteristics
distinguishing FPO ...
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