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- Germany: Federal republic in central Europe (population c. 82.4 million; capital Berlin), with the North Sea, Denmark and the Baltic Sea to the north; Poland and the Czech Republic to the east; Switzerland and Austria to the south; and France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands to the west; founding member of the European Union.
- : The broad middle range of intentional social change efforts between passive or uncritical acceptance of the institutions and practices of a society and revolution directed at completely overturning them.
- : A special form of fraternity in 19th century German universities.
- : 1) A 19th century movement for the formation of working man's associations also known as Social Protestantism. The movement began in England in the 1850s and spread to Germany. It predated modern trade unionism. 2) Quite different forms of 20th century Christian socialism, incorporating faith-based criticisms of capitalism, emerged in Boston in 1889 and can be found in many different parts of the world today.
- : in German, a lay religious calling, as of a deacon. Also, a religious service of reconciliation in the world combining the word of faith and the action of love. Its aims are said to be: a) furthering ecumenical relationships among associations and communities of the faithful; b) reflecting on the nature and task of religious calling in the Biblical sense; c) furthering a sense of diaconia in the churches and congregations; d) strengthening fellowship among members to render mutual help and undertake common tasks.
- : A German movement associated with Christian socialism (or Social protestantism) in the latter half of the 19th century, primarily associated with the German Evangelical churches.
- : (German) Evangelical Association.
- : "Society for the Advancement of Christianity Among the Jews"
- : "Society for the Advancement of the Evangelisch Missions among Unbelievers"
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- Inner Mission: Lay social movement within the nineteenth century German evangelical protestant church.
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- Hans Hermann Freiherr von Berlepsch: Prussian lawyer, politician and social reformer who became trade minister, and was a founder of the Internationale Vereinigung für gesetzlichen Arbeiterschutz (International Union for the Protection of Workers)
- Robert Bosse: (1832 - 1901) German politician active in social reform and social legislation during the last half of the 19th century.
- Wilbur J. Cohen: Add brief definition or description
- Arthur J. Altmeyer: A key figure in the design and implementation of the U. S. Social Security system for the first 40 years of the program.
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- Edwin E. Witte: (1887-1960), an economist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who developed the Social Security Act of 1935 and is known as "the 'Father' of Social Security."