By Paul Beaver
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Although not a legal organ of the state, the NSDAP dominated the government and was superior to it. The coercive measures of the Nazi regime finally destroyed the traditional party system. Not only did Hitler outlaw all political parties except the Nazis, but, in addition, his policies resulted in the destruction of many of the traditional social structures which had supported the multiparty system. The social consequences of Nazism have been examined recently by sever- THE EVOLUTION OF THE GERMAN PARTY SYSTEM 41 al scholars including Charles E.
22. David McKean classifies minor parties as sectional, single-issue and secessionist parties - all transient movements (pp. 410-12). , 1956), pp. ] and Frank Sorauf (Party Politics . , p. 47) both emphasize transient parties, especially secessionist parties, in their discussion of minor parties. Ranney and Kendall classify as 'ideological parties" both the Marxist and the singleissue movements such as the Liberty or Free Soil parties (p. 435). Hugh Bone discusses both Marxist parties and parties of economic protest such as the Populists under a "doctrinal-ideological" label (pp.
381-96. 4 Charles Frye, "Parties and Pressure Groups in Weimar and Bonn," World Politics, XVII (July, 1965), p. 654. 42 THE EVOLUTION OF THE GERMAN PARTY SYSTEM Since the Western powers pursued different zonal policies in respect to licensing parties, the sequence of party formation varied among the zones. Nevertheless, the same four parties quickly emerged as the main parties in each zone. The goals of the Allied program were fulfilled in that only the four parties first licensed were able to operate in all of Western Germany, and that only these four eventually presented candidates in every state for the first parliamentary election in 1949.