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Author Stoetzler, Marcel.

Title The state, the nation, & the Jews : liberalism and the antisemitism dispute in Bismarck's Germany / Marcel Stoetzler
Published Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [2008]
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Description 1 online resource (530 pages)
Contents Liberals, antisemites, and the "educated men" -- Jew-hatred and nationality -- German-Jewish "mixed culture" -- State, nation, race, religion -- Emancipation, assimilation, and the concept of rights -- The riddle of Treitschke's intentions -- Dissent and consensus in the Berlin antisemitism dispute -- Antisemitism -- Liberalism and national liberalism -- Nationalism and the reich of 1871
Summary The State, the Nation, and the Jews is a study of Germany's late nineteenth-century antisemitism dispute and of the liberal tradition that engendered it. The Berlin Antisemitism Dispute began in 1879 when a leading German liberal, Heinrich von Treitschke, wrote an article supporting anti-Jewish activities that seemed at the time to gel into an antisemitic "movement." Treitschke's comments immediately provoked a debate within the German intellectual community. Responses from supporters and critics alike argued the relevance, meaning, and origins of this "new" antisemitism. Ultimately the Disput
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 475-503) and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Treitschke, Heinrich von, 1834-1896 -- Political and social views.
Antisemitism -- Germany -- History -- 19th century.
Jews -- Germany -- Social conditions.
Liberalism -- Germany -- History -- 19th century.
Nationalism -- Germany -- History -- 19th century.
Genre/Form History.
Academic theses.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0803218958 (electronic bk.)
9780803218956 (electronic bk.)
(cloth ; alk. paper)
Other Titles State, the nation, and the Jews