Opposition, control and consent, the Weimar Republic

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  • Attempts to control extremism
    • Making concessions
      • Ebert-Groener Pact with the army leader
        • The army support the government as long as it opposed more left-wing ideas. Sometimes had to use the Freikorps if the army refused.
    • Regional disruption
      • Reichsexeku-tion
    • Lopsided control
      • Judiciary more lenient towards the right-wing than left


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