Culture and Political Crisis in Vienna: Christian Socialism in Power, 1897-1918

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University of Chicago Press, 15. kol 1995. - Broj stranica: 702
In this sequel to Political Radicalism in Late Imperial Vienna, John Boyer picks up the history of the Christian Social movement after founder Karl Lueger's rise to power in Vienna in 1897 and traces its evolution from a group of disparate ward politicians, through its maturation into the largest single party in the Austrian parliament by 1907, to its major role in Imperial politics during the First World War.

Boyer argues that understanding the unprecedented success that this dissident bourgeois political group had in transforming the basic tenets of political life is crucial to understanding the history of the Central European state and the ways in which it was slowly undermined by popular electoral politics. The movement's efforts to save the Austrian Empire by trying to create an economically integrated but ethnically pluralistic state are particularly enlightening today in the shadow of ethnic violence in Sarajevo, where began the end of the Austrian Empire in 1914.

The most comprehensive account of any mass political movement in late-nineteenth century Central Europe, this two- volume work is crucial reading for anyone interested in Hapsburg history, German history or the history of social democracy.
 

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TWO Universal Suffrage and the Founding of the Reichspartei
60
THREE The Reichspartei and the Era of Ministerialism 19071911
111
FOUR Religion and Nation in Viennese Politics 19071914
164
FIVE The Collapse and Reconstruction of the Christian Social
236
SIX The Party the Church and the Thronfolger 19111914
298
SEVEN The Christian Social Party in the First World War
369
Christian Socialism under the Empire
444
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John W. Boyer is the Martin A. Ryerson Distinguished Service Professor in History at the University of Chicago. In 2012, he was appointed to a fifth term as Dean of the College. nbsp;A specialist in the history of the Habsburg Empire, he has written three books on Austrian history, including, most recently, Karl Lueger (1844-1910): Christlichsoziale Politik als Beruf.

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