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German social democracy, 1918-1933

Author: Richard N Hunt
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, 1964.
Series: Yale historical publications., Miscellany ;, 79.
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Hunt, Richard N.
German social democracy, 1918-1933.
New Haven, Yale University Press, 1964
(OCoLC)575172174
Online version:
Hunt, Richard N.
German social democracy, 1918-1933.
New Haven, Yale University Press, 1964
(OCoLC)608746639
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard N Hunt
OCLC Number: 504832
Description: 292 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction: The evolution of the party organization --
The dual heritage: Lassalleans and Eisenachers --
From illegal sect to mass party --
Party organization and the great schism --
2. The Weimar organization --
The SPD in the Weimar republic --
The statutes of 1919 and 1924 --
The state within a state --
The party bureaucracy --
3. Central party institutions: The leadership --
The party executive --
The party congress --
The Reichstag fraction --
4. Party members and voters --
Party members --
The social democratic vote --
From class party to people's party --
The question of verburgerlichung --
5. Social democracy and the free trade unions --
The growth of trade-union influence, 1868-1918 --
The end of the Mannheim agreement --
Trade-union influence in the Weimar SPD --
The trade unions in politics --
6. The rebellion against the organization --
The short history of the USPD --
The Nuremberg reunification of 1922 --
Emergence of the new left: The Saxon conflict --
Left social democracy --
Second schism: The socialist workers' party --
7. Conclusion: The middle-aged party.
Series Title: Yale historical publications., Miscellany ;, 79.
Responsibility: by Richard N. Hunt.

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