Seedtime for Fascism: The Disintegration of Austrian Political Culture, 1867-1918

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M.E. Sharpe, 1998 - 214 من الصفحات
This study examines the political culture in Austria-Hungary in the latter half of the 19th century. It analyzes the centrifugal forces that arose from growing ethnic nationalism in the empire and that ultimately overpowered the centripetal forces which held the Austrian-Hungarian "state idea" together. The analysis is applied further to provide an historical explanation of analogous developments in post-1989 Europe.
 

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A Framework of Reference
3
Nation and State in Danubia Centrifugal and Centripetal Forces in AustriaHungary 18671914
19
Kaiser as Political Icon
47
The Austrian Idea
68
Socialism Nationalism and National Socialism Social Democracys Struggle with National Identity in AustriaHungary
86
The Final Transformation The Impact of Bourgeois Kunst and Kapital on the Austrian Idea
107
Into the Abyss The First World War
131
Socialism Between the Shoals of Nationalism and Internationalism
162
Interment
185
Bibliography
199
Index
209
About the Author
215
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