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FRITZSCHE, Peter. Rehearsals for Fascism : Populism and Political Mobilization in Weimar Germany . New York: Oxford University Press, (1990). First Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-x,-301,(9). 8vo, black cloth with copper letteringto spine. "In this compelling and ambitious study, Peter Fritzsche analyze s the dramatic transformation of bourgeois politics between 1918 and 1930, focusing largely on one north German region, Lower Saxony. Examining the local texture of civic life -- market-square protests, small-town patriotism,and social clubs -- as well as political parties and interest groups, Frit zsche provides a crucial perspective for understanding the fate of the Weimar Republic, one which has been largely neglected by German historians." - from the dj. Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. The Burghers and the German Revolution; 3. Political Mobilization and Economic Interest after the Revolution; 4. Burghers Confront the Republic, 1919-23; 5. Community and Political Culture After the Revolution; 6. Inflation, Stabilization, and the Bürgerblock: Weimer at Mid-Decade; 7. Economic Interest and Political Fragmentation in the Stabilization Years; 8. The Appeal of Bourgeois Unity; 9. The Stahlhelm: Bourgeois Franternity and Political Activism; 10. The Parties Fall Apart; 11. The Gesture and Rhetoric of Political Mobilization; 12. Conclusion:Political Mobilization and National Socialism. Vg in clean, crisp dj. Scar ce. 200.00
Title: Rehearsals for Fascism : Populism and Political Mobilization in Weimar Germany. in dj.
Publisher: Oxford University Press, New York, 1990, ISBN:0195057805:
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