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They show that a growing number of citizens appear not only to believe that the
established political class is no longer able to solve the most basic problems, but
that politicians generally are too absorbed with themselves to be able to adapt to
However, Germany's continued economic success in the 1980s obscured the fact
that there existed deep structural problems that politics largely failed to resolve.
These problems included growing mass unemployment, social bifurcation, ...
slogans as viable solutions to real problems (see Mayer and Perrineau, 1992, p.
132; Pappi, 1990, p. 37). Undoubtedly, much can be said to support this view.
Right-wing radical supporters themselves have tended to explain their choice as
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