Preußen zwischen Hegemonie und »Preußenschlag« 978-3-16-157546-4 - Mohr Siebeck
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Almut Neumann

Preußen zwischen Hegemonie und »Preußenschlag«

Hugo Preuß in der staatsrechtlichen Föderalismusdebatte

[Prussia between Hegemony and 'Preußenschlag'. Hugo Preuß and the Constitutional Debate on Federalism.]

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How did Hugo Preuß, father of the Weimar Constitution, conceptualize federalism? According to Almut Neumann, Prussia – which was both the German Empire's and the Weimar Republic's biggest single state, and went from hegemonic dominion to bulwark of democracy before being stripped of power in 1932 – is the key to understanding Preuß's innovative take on federalism.
How did Hugo Preuß, father of the Weimar Constitution, conceptualize federalism? According to Almut Neumann, Prussia – which was both the German Empire's and the Weimar Republic's biggest single state, and went from hegemonic dominion to bulwark of democracy before being stripped of power in 1932 – is the key to understanding Preuß's innovative take on federalism.
Authors/Editors

Almut Neumann Geboren 1984; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften in Freiburg i. Br., Paris (Licence en droit) und London (LL.M.); Rechtsreferendariat am Kammergericht Berlin; Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Lehrstuhl für Öffentliches Recht und Grundlagen des Rechts der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Studien- und Promotionsstipendiatin des Evangelischen Studienwerkes Villigst; 2018 Promotion (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin); seit 2018 Richterin in Berlin.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Neue Justiz (NJ) — 2020, 136 (Wilfried Peters)
In: Nordrhein-Westfäl.Verwaltungsblätter — 2020, 264 (Norbert Janz)