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From Prejudice to Destruction

Anti-Semitism, 1700–1933

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$50.00 • £40.95 • €45.00

ISBN 9780674325074

Publication Date: 03/15/1982

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400 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

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  • Introduction
  • I. Background, 1700–1780
    • 1. The Christian Tradition: Eisenmenger
    • 2. The Rationalist Reorientation
    • 3. Voltaire
  • II. Germany, 1780–1819
    • 4. Ideological Counterattack
    • 5. Philosophy the Heir of Theology
    • 6. Nationalism and Romanticism
    • 7. Incitement and Riot
  • III. France, 1780–1880
    • 8. The Revolutionary Promise and the Catholic Reaction
    • 9. The Socialist Indictment
    • 10. The Liberal Ambiguity
    • 11. Jews and Freemasons
  • IV. Germany, 1830–1873
    • 12. The German Liberals’ Image of the Jew
    • 13. The Radicals: Feuerbach, Bauer, Marx
    • 14. The Scandal of the Jewish Artist: Richard Wagner
    • 15. The Christian State
    • 16. The Jewish Stereotype and Assimilation
    • 17. The Conservatives’ Rearguard Action
  • V. Austria-Hungary, 1780–1880
    • 18. The Austrian Prelude
    • 19. The Hungarian Prelude
  • VI. The Movement
    • 20. The Incubation
    • 21. The Crystallization
    • 22. The Hungarian Variation
    • 23. The Austrian Extension
    • 24. French Anti-Semitism
  • VII. Culmination
    • 25. Racism and the Nazi Climax
    • 26. Anti-Semitism Through the Ages
  • Notes
  • Index

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