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by Larry Eugene Jones,James Retallack

  • ISBN: 0521429129
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: Larry Eugene Jones,James Retallack
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (August 8, 2002)
  • Pages: 448 pages
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Modernization in Historical Perspective: The Case of Imperial Germany. World Politics, Vol. 53, Issue.

Modernization in Historical Perspective: The Case of Imperial Germany. This collection of essays presents the work on Germany's stormy and problematic encounter with mass politics from the time of Bismarck to the Nazi era. The authors - sixteen scholars from the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Germany - consider this problem from novel and sometimes surprising viewpoints.

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Larry Eugene Jones, James N. Retallack, German History Society (Great Britain). Cambridge, New York, Washington, . Publications of the German Historical Institute, Washington, . Cambridge University Press, German Historical Institute. 0521418461, 0521429129. This item appears on. List: HI153 Part 2: Making of the Modern World (Spring Term).

a b c d Jones, Larry Eugene, and James N. Retallack. Elections, Mass Politics, and Social Change in Modern Germany: New Perspectives. German Historical Institute, 1992. p. 354. ^ Kitchen, Martin. A History of Modern Germany, 1800 – 2000. Malden, Massachusetts: Blackwell, 2006. Burleigh, Michael, and Wolfgang Wippermann.

Politics and Social Change in Modern Germany : New Perspectives.

Elections, Mass Politics and Social Change in Modern Germany : New Perspectives. This collection of essays presents the most recent work on Germany's stormy and problematic encounter with mass politics from the time of Bismarck to the Nazi era. The authors-sixteen scholars from the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Germany-consider this problem from novel and sometimes surprising viewpoints.

New Perspectives (Publications of the German Historical Institute). by Larry Eugene Jones, James N. Published September 28, 1992 by Cambridge University Press. Political culture, History, Congresses, Political participation, Elections. What were elections about in Wilhelmine Germany? The Physical Object.

Part of the Mass Dictatorship in the Twentieth Century book series (MASSD)

Part of the Mass Dictatorship in the Twentieth Century book series (MASSD). Analyses have come a long way Mid-20th century studies of then recent dictatorships almost exclusively focused on individual foes - Hitler, Himmler, or for that matter, Stalin. These individuals would personify grand evil. Jürgen W. Falter, ‘The Social Bases of Political Cleavages in the Weimar Republic, 1919–1933’ in Larry Eugene Jones and James Retallack (eds), Elections, Mass Politics, and Social Change in Modern Germany (Washington, . German Historical Institute, 1992), pp. 371–97. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

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Germany's right-wing organization gathered in Bad Harzburg in October 1931 to celebrate the unity of the "national opposition" and to lay the foundation for the transfer of power from the government of Heinrich Brüning to the radical Right Elections, Mass Politics, and Social Change in Modern Germany: New Perspectives.

About the Author His other publications include Germany in the Age of Kaiser Wilhelm II (Basingstoke and New York, 1996); Elections, Mass Politics, and Social Change in Modern Germany.

His other publications include Germany in the Age of Kaiser Wilhelm II (Basingstoke and New York, 1996); Elections, Mass Politics, and Social Change in Modern Germany: New Perspectives, ed. with Larry Eugene Jones (Cambridge and New York, 1994); and Notables of the Right: The Conservative Party and Political Mobilization in Germany, 1876-1918 (London and Boston, 1988).

This collection of essays presents the most recent work on Germany's stormy and problematic encounter with mass politics from the time of Bismarck to the Nazi era. The authors--sixteen scholars from the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Germany--consider this problem from novel and sometimes surprising viewpoints. The history of elections, narrowly conceived, is abandoned in favor of a broader inquiry into roots of German political loyalties and their relationship to the historic cleavages of class, gender, language, religion, generation and locality. The essays not only present archival findings, but they also pursue more theoretical or conjectural paradigms, and raise new questions. Collectively, the authors explore the twin problems of electoral politics and social dislocation with language that is intentionally familiar, inventive, and allusive all at once--in a sense reflecting the Germans' own unfinished search for political consensus and social stability.

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