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49. Civil and human rights

— Abortion law reform: the nexus between abortion and the role of women in the German Democratic Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany, 10 Dickinson Journal of International Law 137-57, 1991

BECKER, B./ VITZTHUM, W. Graf, Federal Republic of Germany, in: CAIDEN, G.E., International handbook of the ombudsman – country surveys. Westport, Conn., London 1983, pp. 81-91

BEIER, B.R., Genetic testing and the right of self-determination: the experience in the Federal Republic of Germany, 16 Hofstra Law Review 601-14, 1988

BENDA, E., New tendencies in the development of fundamental rights in the Federal Republic of Germany. 11 John Marshall Journal of Practice and Procedure 1 – 15 (1977)

BOSSELMANN, K., Protection of constitutional rights and reform of nuclear power plant licensing procedures in West Gemany: an interim assessment, 6 Hastings Internatinal and Comparative Law Review 53-66, 1983

BURKE, K.C., Secret surveillance and the European Convention on Human Rights. 33 Stanford Law Review 1113-1142 (1981)

CARR, J.G., Wiretapping in West Germany. 29 American Journal of Comparative Law 607-645 (1981)

CASTBERG, F., Freedom of speech in the west: a comparative study in France, the U.S. and Germany. 1960

COONS, J.E., Educational choice and the courts: United States and Germany. 34 American Journal of Comparative Law 1-43 (1986)

— Data protection and the right to privacy in the United States and West Germany, 1987 Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law 154-63, 1987

— Diplomatic asylum: an inappropriate solution for East Germans desiring to move to the West, 1 Temple International and Comparative Law Journal 231-61, 1987

DOEHRING, K., Non-discrimination and equal treatment under the European Human Rights Convention and the West German constitution with particular reference to discrimination against aliens. 18 American Journal of Comparative Law 305-325 (1970)

DOLZER, Property and Environmet: the social obligation inherent in ownership, (Morges 1976) 1976

DYSON, K.H.F., Anticommunism in the Federal Republic of Germany: the case of the “Berufsverbot”. 28 Parliamentary Affairs 51-67 (1974/75)

ESER, A., Reform of German abortion law: First experiences, 34 The American Journal of Comparative Law 369-83, 1986

GOLSONG, H., The European Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms in a German court. 33 British Yearbook of International Law 317-321 (1957)

HEIN, W., Economic embargoes and individual rights under German law. 15 Law and Policy in International Business 401-423 (1983)

HORTON, K.C., The constitutional validity of the West German Divorce Reform Law. 30 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 462-466 (1981)

KARPEN, U., Freedom of expresssion as a basic right: a German view, The American Journal of Comparative Law 395-404, 1989

KELLY, J.M., Equality before the law in three European jurisdictions. 18 Irish Jurist (New Series) 259-288 (1983)

KOMMERS, D.P., Abortion and constitution: United States and West Germany. 25 American Journal of Comparative Law 255-285 (1977)

— The jurisprudence of free speech in the United States and in the Federal Republic of Germany. 53 Southern California Law Review 654-695 (1980)

KRIEGER, L., The German idea of freedom. Boston 1975

LEWAN, K.M., The significance of constitutional rights for private law: theory and practice in West Germany. 17 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 571-601 (1968)

MAXEINER, J.R., Constitutionalizing forfeiture law – the German experience. 27 American Journal of Comparative Law 635-664 (1979)

MsMAHON, J.A., Abortion asking the rights question?, 18 Victoria University of Wellington Law Review 201-20, 1988

MEZEY, S. Gluck, Civil law and common law traditions: judicial review and legislative supremacy in West Germany and Canada. 32 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 689-707 (1983)

MORRIS, D.G., Abortion and liberalism: a comparison between the abortion decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States and the Constitutional Court of West Germany, 11 Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 159-245, 1988

OLIVER, P./ BORRIES, R. von, Data protection and
censuses under the West German constitution. 1984 Public Law 199-206 (1984)

On RECHTSSTAAT [Rule of Law] see also under 32. Administration of justice

OPOKU, K., Some aspects of human rights in West Germany. 14 University of Ghana Law Journal 45-54 (1977)

RAISER, L., The constitutional guarantee of property and town planning. 5 Law and State 7-25 (1972)

REIMANN, M., Purient interest and human dignity: pornography regulation in West Germany and the United States, 21 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 201-53, 1987/88

SCHEUNER, U., Fundamental rights in European community law and in national constitutional law. 12 Common Market Law Review 171-191 (1975)

SCHUBERT, Compensation under new German legislation on expropriation, 9 The American Journal of Comparative Law 84, 1960

SCHWARZ, P., The computer in German and American constitutional law: towards an American right of informational self-determination, 37 The American Journal of Comparative Law 675-701, 1989

— Fundamental rights and the protection of the individual against social groups and powers in the constitutional system of the Federal Republic of Germany, in: INSTITUT INTERNATIONAL DES DROITS DE L’HOMME, Rene Cassin. Amicorum discipulorumque liber, vol. III: La protection des droits de l’homme dans les rapports entre personnes privees. Paris 1971, 253 ff.

STEIN, E., History against free speech: the new German law against the “Auschwitz”- and other- “lies”. 85 Michigan Law Review 277-324 (1986)

STEINBERGER, H., Freedom of the press and of broadcasting and prior restraints -aspects of the case law of the Constitutional Court of the Federal Republic of Germany, in: BERNHARDT, R.(ed.), Völkerrecht als Rechtsordnung – Internationale Gerichtsbarkeit – Menschenrechte: Festschrift für Hermann MOSLER. Berlin Heidelberg, New York 1983, pp.909-933

— The Salzgitter archives: West Germany’s answer to East Germany’s human rights violations, 15 Denver Journal of International Law and Policy 147-62, 1986

UPPENDAHL, H., The Ombudsman of Rhineland-Palatinate: achievements and deficiencies. 57 Public Administration 219-228 (1979)

VITZTHUM, W. Graf, The right to petition in the Federal Republic of Germany. 33 Law and State 66-90 (1986)

WEIGEND, T., Using the results of audio-surveillance as penal evidence in the Federal Republic of Germany, 24 Stanford Journal of International Law 21-53, 1987