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Another Positive Review of Professor Jaggi’s New Book on East Germany’s 1989 Revolution

Professor Dr. Stephan Jaggi’s new book, The 1989 Revolution in East Germany and its Impact on Unified Germany’s Constitutional Law – The Forgotten Revolution? (Hart and Nomos 2016), which was published to critical acclaim as a path-breaking and seminal analysis of East Germany’s 1989 Revolution, has received another favorable review, this one by Richard Albert, Professor of Law at Boston College. In his review, Professor Albert writes that, “Jaggi’s book ensures that those who seek to preserve the memory of the 1989 Revolution will always have a compelling account of its unfolding and its impact.”

The full book review is available here.

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