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German liberalism in the nineteenth century

James J. Sheehan

German liberalism in the nineteenth century

by James J. Sheehan

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Published by Humanity Books in Amherst, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liberalism -- Germany -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Political parties -- Germany -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Social movements -- Germany -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Germany -- Politics and government -- 19th century.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames J. Sheehan.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination411p. :
    Number of Pages411
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18310181M
    ISBN 10157392606X

    Liberalism - Liberalism - The modern liberal program: Such, at any rate, was the verdict reached by an increasing number of liberals in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. As noted above, modern liberals held that the point of government is to remove the obstacles that stand in the way of individual freedom. In this they followed the lead of thinkers and reformers such as .   This book sheds valuable light on the ideological conflict between Ultramontane Catholicism and secular Liberalism in 19th century Germany. Gross does an excellent job of presenting primary source documents that give the reader a good sense of the animosity and fear that existed between the two groups/5.

    A political biography of a leading German liberal, this book carefully examines the life of Ludwig Bamberger from his university days in the s until his death in Not only does it deal exhaustively with his career, it unfolds the major issues disputed in Germany during the latter half of the nineteenth century.: socialism, financial. "Arguably the most important book by a German historian to be published in the past quarter century. It is a truly magisterial account of the global history of the nineteenth century, powerfully argued and beautifully rendered."—Sven Beckert, author of The Monied Metropolis: New York City and the Consolidation of the American Bourgeoisie.

    Political science -- Germany -- History -- 19th century; History -- 19th century; Filed under: Liberalism -- Germany -- History -- 19th century. The War Against Catholicism: Liberalism and the Anti-Catholic Imagination in Nineteenth-Century Germany (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, c), by Michael B. Gross (page images at HathiTrust). Sixteenth- through early eighteenth-century pamphlets digitized by the University of Augsburg. From the collections of the Oettingen-Wallerstein'sche Bibliothek, in cooperation with Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. (th century; facsimiles) MATEO = MAnnheimer TExte Online. Online book and manuscript texts from the University of Mannheim.


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German historian James Sheehan contends that the ultimate failure of the Liberals to establish a strong political voice in Germany during the nineteenth century eventually led to right wing nationalism in the form of National Socialism in the twentieth by: German historian James Sheehan contends that the ultimate failure of the Liberals to establish a strong political voice in Germany during the nineteenth century eventually led to right wing nationalism in the form of National Socialism in the twentieth century.4/5(1).

German Liberalism in the nineteenth century on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. German Liberalism in the nineteenth century: : Books Skip to main content4/5(1). Sheehan argues that in the middle decades of the nineteenth century liberalism had the advantage of being the first political movement in Germany.

It was able to mobilise and direct a broad variety of groups that wanted to change the status quo.4/5(1). Drawing on a wide range of primary and secondary sources, German Liberalism in the Nineteenth Century provides a comprehensive picture of the movement on both the national and local levels.

The book's central thesis is that the distinctive features of German liberalism must be understood in terms of the development of the German state and society/5(7). German Liberalism in the 19th Century (German Studies) and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.

Learn more. Share. Buy Used. $ FREE Shipping Get free shipping Free day shipping within the U.S. when you order $ of eligible items sold or fulfilled by Amazon. Or get business-day shipping on this item for $5 Reviews: 1. Conventionally German liberalism is German liberalism in the nineteenth century book to be one of the main reasons why Germany in the nineteenth century never managed to break the fetters of an authoritarian political system and why it eventually came to be the breeding ground for extremist movements on the right, notably radical nationalism and finally National : Wolfgang J.

Mommsen. Eugen Richter (–) was the most important advocate of authentic liberalism in the era of the German Second Empire, from the s to the early years of the twentieth century Richter was always a champion of private property and freedom of exchange, international free trade, the rule of law and respect for minority rights, and anti-imperialism, anti-militarism, and peace.

Together with Ludwig Bamberger. Buy German Liberalism in the Nineteenth Century First Edition by Sheehan, James J. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: James J. Sheehan. Liberalism - Liberalism - Liberalism in the 19th century: As an ideology and in practice liberalism became the preeminent reform movement in Europe during the 19th century.

Its fortunes, however, varied with the historical conditions in each country—the strength of the crown, the élan of the aristocracy, the pace of industrialization, and the circumstances of national.

The book's central thesis is that the distinctive features of German liberalism must be understood in terms of the development of the German state and society.

Sheehan argues that in the middle decades of the nineteenth century liberalism had the advantage of being the first political movement in : James J.

Sheehan. The book's central thesis is that the distinctive features of German liberalism must be understood in terms of the development of the German state and society. Sheehan argues that in the middle decades of the nineteenth century liberalism had the advantage of being the first political movement in Germany/5(6).

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Summary: Argues that in the middle decades of the nineteenth century liberalism had the advantage of being the first political movement in Germany. This book offers an account of liberalism's rise and fall with some reflections on the movement's place in German history and its significance for the collapse of democratic institutions in The book's central thesis is that the distinctive features of German liberalism must be understood in terms of the development of the German state and n argues that in the middle decades of the nineteenth century liberalism had the advantage of being the first political movement in Germany/5(6).

The interactions between these forces defined the contours of nineteenth-century politics. What later in the century came to be called the ‘Jewish Question’ was bound up in the earlier struggles between conservatives and liberals, between defenders of the social order that existed before the French Revolution, and proponents of the more Author: Lionel B.

Steiman. Buy this book on Amazon: A Short History of the World. The Rise of Nationalism and Liberalism (19th Century) At the Congress of Vienna init. One of the greatest works bearing the imprint of classical liberalism of this period—if not of German liberalism as a whole—was written by Wilhelm von Humboldt (–).

In his book The Limits of State Action, written inhe defined self-education as the true end of man to which a minimal state was a necessary precondition. In the nineteenth century, German Liberalism grew into a powerful political movement vociferous in its demands for the freedom of the individual, for changes to allow the participation of all men in the political system and for a fundamental reform of the German states.

An essay or paper on German Liberalism in the 19th Century. In his book German Liberalism in the Nineteenth Century, author James J. Sheehan examines the beginnings of liberalism, which he describes as "an attempt both to understand and to change the world" (1).

The political thought, subsequent p. The basic thesis of Annette Aubert’s impressive monograph is that the changes and developments within 19th-century American Reformed theology needs to be analysed within a transatlantic intellectual and theological context, especially in relation to the influence of German theology upon the United States.Liberal Christianity was most influential with Mainline Protestant churches in the early 20th century, when proponents believed the changes it would bring would be the future of the Christian church.

Its greatest and most influential manifestation was the Christian Social Gospel, whose most influential spokesman was the American Baptist Walter Rauschenbusch.Liberalism, the belief in freedom, equality, democracy and human rights, is historically associated with thinkers such as John Locke and is a political movement which spans the better part of the last four centuries, though the use of the word "liberalism" to refer to a specific political doctrine did not occur until the 19th century.