The Rise of Political Anti-semitism in Germany & Austria

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Harvard University Press, 1988 - History - 357 pages
To understand the twentieth century, we must know the nineteenth. It was then that an ancient prejudice was forged into a modern political weapon. How and why this happened is shown in this classic study by Peter Pulzer, first published in 1964 and now reprinted with a new Introduction by the author.
 

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Contents

The Jews
3
The Structure of Germany and Austria
17
The Rejection of Liberalism
27
Romantic Conservatism
31
Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law
35
Capitalism and Social Mobility
42
Racialism
47
Sadism and Nihilism
58
Economic AntiSemitism
138
Schonerer and the Liberal Split
142
Lueger and the Catholic Revival
156
The United Christians
164
The Battle for Vienna
171
Germany and Austria 19001914
185
Austrian Parties After 1900
195
The ParaPolitical Organizations
214

The Cult of Grass Roots
63
Germany 18671900
71
The Conservative Intellectuals
72
Stocker and the Berlin Movement
83
National and International Organization
98
Bockel and Ahlwardt
102
The Changing Role of the Conservative Party
111
Austria 18671900
121
The Failure of Liberalism
122
The Nationality Question
132
PanGermanism
221
New Ideologies for Old Causes
230
The Intellectual Prestige of AntiSemitism
240
The Social Democrats
252
The Catholic and Protestant Churches
264
The Sociology of AntiSemitic Movements
272
The Position in 1914
281
Bibliographical Note
337
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