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Mark E. Spicka

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Shippensburg University

HQ Phone:  (717) 477-7447

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Shippensburg University

1871 Old Main Drive Cub

Shippensburg, Pennsylvania,17257

United States

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Settled in the 1730s, Shippensburg offers a desirable balance of industry, agriculture, and education. Shippensburg is located in the scenic Cumberland Valley of South Central Pennsylvania, directly on the line between Franklin and Cumberland counties. With th...more

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Mark E. Spicka
"Spicka has mad a valuable contribution to our understanding of West Germany's first decade." · American Historical Review Through an examination of election campaign propaganda and various public relations campaigns, reflecting new electioneering techniques borrowed from the United States, this work explores how conservative political and economic groups sought to construct and sell a political meaning of the Social Market Economy and the Economic Miracle in West Germany during the 1950s. The political meaning of economics contributed to conservative electoral success, constructed a new belief in the free market economy within West German society, and provided legitimacy and political stability for the new Federal Republic of Germany. Mark E. Spicka is Associate Professor of History at Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania. He received his Ph.D. from Ohio State University and was a Fulbright Scholar in Germany in 1996/1997.


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