Restoration, Revolution, Reaction: Economics and Politics in Germany, 1815-1871

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Princeton University Press, 1958 - History - 347 pages

A study of the economic and social changes which shaped the movement for German unification. The author emphasizes the effect of industrialism on urban life, traces the decline of manorialism in agriculture and seeks to show that the political movements of these years were profoundly influenced by the economic transition from agrarianism to capitalism.

 

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Contents

The Origins of Industrialism
3
The Decline of the Handicraft System
21
The Agrarian Problem
38
The Ideological Conflict
56
The Hungry Forties
75
REVOLUTION
95
The Spring Uprising
97
The Frankfurt Parliament
117
REACTION
197
The Conservative Fifties
199
The Economics of Reaction
219
The New Era
238
CONCLUSION
257
The Road to Unification
259
BIBLIOGRAPHY
263
NOTES
289

The Worker and the Revolution
137
The Peasant and the Revolution
156
The Fall of Liberalism
173

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Page 1 - Fabrikant in staatskarossen fahren? wer traf wohl da Hauslehrer an bei einem Fabrikanten, in Livreen Kutscher angetan, Domestiken, Gouvernanten?

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