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The rise of popular antimodernism in Germany : the urban master artisans, 1873-1896

Author: Shulamit Volkov
Publisher: Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, 1978. ©1978
Series: Princeton legacy library.
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Antimodernism, a popular movement growing out of fear and hostility toward an emerging new world, became a central ideological trend in late nineteenth-century Europe. Shulamit Volkov explains its development in Germany by providing a biography of one group-the urban master artisans-whose political attitudes came to be dominated by antimodernist feelings. As small, independently employed practitioners of traditional  Read more...
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Volkov, Shulamit, 1942-
Rise of popular antimodernism in Germany : the urban master artisans, 1873-1896.
Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, c1978
ix, 399 pages
(OCoLC)3311903
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Shulamit Volkov
ISBN: 9781400871599 140087159X
OCLC Number: 905862936
Description: 1 online resource (412 pages).
Series Title: Princeton legacy library.
Responsibility: Shulamit Volkov.

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Antimodernism, a popular movement growing out of fear and hostility toward an emerging new world, became a central ideological trend in late nineteenth-century Europe. Shulamit Volkov explains its development in Germany by providing a biography of one group-the urban master artisans-whose political attitudes came to be dominated by antimodernist feelings. As small, independently employed practitioners of traditional crafts, the master artisans possessed a special social identity. The author focuses on their character as a group, their public behavior, and the formation of their ideas and po.

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