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

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M.E. Sharpe, 1998 - Broj stranica: 214
Focusing on the era of Emperor Franz Joseph, explores factors which led to Austris-Hungary's disintegration and its pivotal role in the crisis which dragged Europe into war. Examines the rise of mass political parties, the degradation of Austria's agricultural and industrial sectors, conflicts inherent in the Dual Monarchy within a constitutional framework of weak liberal political mechanisms, and Austria's failure to resolve the demands of multiculturalism stemming from its origins as the amalgamation of 11 different nations. Paper edition (unseen) $23.95. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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A Framework of Reference
5
Nation and State in Danubia Centrifugal and Centripetal Forces in AustriaHungary 18671914
21
Kaiser as Political Icon
49
The Austrian Idea
70
Socialism Nationalism and National Socialism Social Democracys Struggle with National Identity in AustriaHungary
88
The Final Transformation The Impact of Bourgeois Kunst and Kapital on the Austrian Idea
109
Into the Abyss The First World War
133
Socialism Between the Shoals of Nationalism and Internationalism
164
Interment
187
Bibliography
201
Index
211
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