German social democracy, 1918-1933 / by Richard N. Hunt.

; Mazal Holocaust Collection
New Haven : Yale University Press, 1964.

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Other Authors Mazal Holocaust Collection.
Subjects SPD.
Sociaal-democratie.
Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands.
Series Yale historical publications. Miscellany ; 79.
Description 292 pages ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 261-279) and index.
Contents 1. Introduction: The evolution of the party organization -- The dual heritage: Lassalleans and Eisenachers -- From illegal sect to mass party -- Party organization and the great schism -- 2. The Weimar organization -- The SPD in the Weimar republic -- The statutes of 1919 and 1924 -- The state within a state -- The party bureaucracy -- 3. Central party institutions: The leadership -- The party executive -- The party congress -- The Reichstag fraction -- 4. Party members and voters -- Party members -- The social democratic vote -- From class party to people's party -- The question of verburgerlichung -- 5. Social democracy and the free trade unions -- The growth of trade-union influence, 1868-1918 -- The end of the Mannheim agreement -- Trade-union influence in the Weimar SPD -- The trade unions in politics -- 6. The rebellion against the organization -- The short history of the USPD -- The Nuremberg reunification of 1922 -- Emergence of the new left: The Saxon conflict -- Left social democracy -- Second schism: The socialist workers' party -- 7. Conclusion: The middle-aged party.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)504832
(OCoLC)ocm00504832
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