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The Godesberg Program (German: Godesberger Programm) was the party program outline of the political course of Germany's social-democratic party, the SPD. It was ratified on November 15, 1959, at an SPD party convention in the town of Bad Godesberg, which is today part of Bonn.

The Godesberg program was notable mainly because with it, for the first time, the SPD forswore all Marxist ideas, thereby formally solidifying the course it had already taken since 1891.

The Godesberg Program was superseded in 1989 by the Berlin Program, resolved on the 20th of December 1989 at a party congress in Berlin.

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