Social conservatism and the middle classes in Germany, 1914-1933 / by Herman Lebovics.

Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1969.

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Subjects Allemagne -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1888-1918.
Allemagne -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1918-1933.
Classes moyennes -- Allemagne.
Conservatism -- Germany.
Conservatisme -- Allemagne.
Fried, Ferdinand.
Germany -- Politics and government -- 1888-1918.
Germany -- Politics and government -- 1918-1933.
Middle class -- Germany.
Middle class.
Niekisch, Ernst.
Politics and government
Salin, Edgar.
Sombart, Werner.
Spann, Othmar.
Spengler, Oswald.
Description xi, 248 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1969.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 221-243).
Summary "The Legacy of industrialization more often than not consists as much of pain as of progress. To the middle classes in Germany at the beginning of the Weimar era, the pain seemed doubly intense. Uprooted by the war, deprived of even the minimal security the Imperial order had guaranteed them, they were exposed to the full brunt of economic dislocation. Fears of economic irrelevance and loss of status in the face of the growing might of big business and organized labor fired in them a yearning for a solution to their plight that neither the capitalism nor the socialism of the day could offer."--Book Jacket.
Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS -- Organize or perish: the Mittlestand in Weimar Germany -- Werner Sombart: the age of late capitalism -- Edgar Salin: the longing for a new morality -- Othmar Spann: corporatism in industrial society -- The uses of social conservatism: Ernst Niekisch confronts nationalism; Oswald Spengler discovers socialism -- Ferdinard Fried: die tat and the third front -- Organize and perish.
Geographic Area Germany
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2615
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Lebovics, Herman.
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