The Politics of Economic Despair: Shopkeepers and German Politics 1890-1914
Intense competition despite an expanding retail market, led German shopkeepers to look for political solutions to their problems. In an epilogue, this work explains why many later looked to the Nazi party for help.
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The Economic Development of the Retail
The Development of Economic Problems
The Political Reaction of Retail
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