political stability 1924-1928

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  • political stability during 1924-1928
    • Coalitions: 1924-1918 there were 7 coalition governments. this proves that they could not make up decisions
      • Grand coalition lasted over 2 years led my Muller
        • constant debated over budgeting , foreign policy and took nearly a year to make a single decision
    • Party committees had high control over Reichstag's deputies and they were not allowed .this led to narrow  views and difficulty gaining national support  again leading to coalitions
      • Exstremeist votes decreased from may 1924 and 1928 KPD went from 62 to 54 and NSDAP had 32 to 12
        • industrial workers, civil service and the judiciary are against the government. industrial workers believed they did not get what they were promised. judiciary and civil service as they wee right wing and felt betrayed
    • reasons why Hindenburg was elected was that he was very military so people thought he would make the government more right wing.
      • Hindenburg uses article 48 far less than previous presidents shows stability as it shows the government was running more smoothly. he also worked with the old elites to increase stability.
        • the old elites only worked with him to increase government authority not because they believe the government is a viable successful way of running the country.
  • not stable


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