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From an enabling towards a disabling state?
Gerhard Bosch and Steffen Lehndorff

interventions in the 40 Making work more equal wage-setting process. The trade unions exerted considerable influence over the form taken by the statutory minimum wage that was agreed by the German Social Democratic Party (SPD) in the coalition talks at the end of 2013. As a consequence, the parties to collective bargaining are able to exert greater influence over the minimum wage than their counterparts in France or the UK, for example. The reference points for any proposed increases are to be the collectively agreed wage rises, so that collective bargaining takes

in Making work more equal
Robert Fine and Philip Spencer

deemed to belong to other nations or, as in the case of the Jews, to no nation at all. 15 In this context Luxemburg re-affirmed the significance of Marx's critique of the Jewish question at a time when leading Marxists of the German Social Democratic Party effectively came to adopt Bruno Bauer's uncritical absorption by the Jewish question. 16 She demonstrated a better understanding of the dangers antisemitism posed than did orthodox Marxism. Not

in Antisemitism and the left
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Rodney Barker

’, Socialist History , 32 (2008), 1–17; J. P. Nettl, ‘The German Social Democratic Party 1890–1914 as a Political Model’, Past and Present , 30 (1965), 65–95. 7 Patrick Gardiner, The Nature of Historical Explanation (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1952), p. 134. 8 R. H. Tawney, ‘The Choice before the

in Cultivating political and public identity