Liberalism, Anti-Semitism and Democracy: Essays in Honour of Peter Pulzer.
by Tewes, Henning and Wright, Jonathan, edited by.
Oxford University Press
Octavo in dust jacket, frontispiece photo, xii, 300 pp., figures, index
Articles are "Subtle Silence and its Consequences," Fritz Stern, "From Danube to Isis: A Career in Two Cultures," Peter Pulzer, "The Committes Observer of a Janus-Faced Century: Peter Pulzer on LIberalism, Anti-Semitism, and Democracy," Henning Tewes, "Peter Pulzer's Writing on Political Anti-Semitism and the Jewish Quenstion in Germany and Austria: An Assessment," Andrei S. Markovits, "Anti-Semitism and Ethno-Nationalism as Determining Factors for Austria's Political Culture at the Fin de Siecle," Anton Pelinka, "Between Dependence and Influence: Jews and Liberalism i Frankfurt-am-Main, 1864-1933," Jan Palmowski, "Liberalism and Anti-Semitism in Germany: The Case of Gustav Stresemann," Jonathan Wright, "Compromised Republics: The Vernunftrepublikaner and the Transformation of Liberal Thought from Weimar to the Federal Republic," Jan-werner Müller, "Jacobinism Redefined: Second Empire Municipalism and rthe Emergence of Republican Citizanship," Sudhir Hazareesingh, "The History of Human Rights in Germany," David Southern, "Party-Building and Consociational Democracy in Post-War Austria," Wolfgang C. Müller, "Liberalism as a Minority Subculture: The Case of Italy," David Hine, "Between Mutual Support and Misunderstanding: The British Labour Party and the SPD," William E. Paterson, "A New Government - A New Democracy? The Red-Green Coalition in Germany," Max Kaase, "Fiddlers on the Roof: Some Thoughts on a Special Relationship," David Schoenman.
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 21623