Cover: The Rise of Political Anti-Semitism in Germany and Austria: Revised Edition, from Harvard University PressCover: The Rise of Political Anti-Semitism in Germany and Austria in PAPERBACK

The Rise of Political Anti-Semitism in Germany and Austria

Revised Edition

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PAPERBACK

$45.50 • £36.95 • €41.00

ISBN 9780674771666

Publication Date: 10/15/1988

Short

357 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

6 illustrations, 9 tables

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  • Preface
  • Introduction to Revised Edition
  • I. The Jews and Their Environment
    • 1. The Jews
    • 2. The Structure of Germany and Austria
  • II. The Rejection of Liberalism
    • 3. Romantic Conservatism
    • 4. Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law
    • 5. Capitalism and Social Mobility
    • 6. Racialism
    • 7. Sadism and Nihilism
    • 8. The Cult of Grass Roots
  • III. Germany, 1867–1900
    • 9. The Conservative Intellectuals
    • 10. Stöcker and the Berlin Movement
    • 11. National and International Organization
    • 12. Böckel and Ahlwardt
    • 13. The Changing Role of the Conservative Party
  • IV. Austria, 1867–1900
    • 14. The Failure of Liberalism
    • 15. The Nationality Question
    • 16. Economic Anti-Semitism
    • 17. Schönerer and the Liberal Split
    • 18. Lueger and the Catholic Revival
    • 19. The “United Christians”
    • 20. The Battle for Vienna
  • V. Germany and Austria, 1900–1914
    • 21. German Parties After 1900
    • 22. Austrian Parties After 1900
    • 23. The Para-Political Organizations
    • 24. Pan-Germanism
    • 25. New Ideologies for Old Causes
    • 26. The Intellectual Prestige of Anti-Semitism
    • 27. The Social Democrats
    • 28. The Catholic and Protestant Churches
    • 29. The Sociology of Anti-Semitic Movements
    • 30. The Position in 1914
  • Epilogue: 1914–1938
  • Appendices
  • Bibliographical Note
  • Index

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