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Another explanation focuses more on the issues that the NSDAP brought to the forefront. Some of them, according to the chief prosecutor of the Nuremberg trial, might even appear to a nonnal citizen as legitimate (Franz-Willing 1962, 83). Some others, especially concerning the Jews, could hardly be conceived of as legitimate. But, among the fonner, the recurring theme of the unjust peace played an important role. Versailles and the reparation-payments placed a considerable burden on the Gennan economy and people.
Broszat 1984, 85, my translation) In February, Hitler called upon his old comrades to re-found the NSDAP at the very place where the Hitler Putsch had started a little more than a year earlier. At this meeting, he proved adept at overcoming oppositions between the two groups that had formed during the ban of the NSDAP. This time, the open aim of the party was to participate in elections, as Hitler affirmed in a conversation during his prison term: When I resume active work it will be necessary to pursue a new policy.
Mair 1983, 420f) So the task of deciding whether to accept or reject a demand is far from being trivial. I argue that one reason for this is that the judgment of the importance of new demands is quite difficult on the electoral level. In particular, established parties rarely know how much damage they might suffer should they fail to integrate a particular demand into their political program. It is unclear to them how big the electoral losses would be, should a new party form. So they face some uncertainty about the importance of new demands.