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The origins of totalitarianism

Author: Hannah Arendt
Publisher: New York : Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., [1966] ©1966
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : New editionView all editions and formats

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hannah Arendt
OCLC Number: 236549
Description: xxxi, 526 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Antisemitism : Antisemitism as an outrage to common sense --
The Jews, the nation-state, and the birth of Antisemitism : The equivocalities of emancipation and the Jewish state banker ; Early anti-Semitism ; The first anti-Semitic parties ; Leftist anti-Semitism ; The golden age of security --
The Jews and society : Between Pariah and Parvenu ; The potent wizard ; Between vice and crime --
The Dreyfus affair : The facts of the case : The third republic and French Jewry ; Army and clergy against the republic ; The people and the mob ; The Jews and the Dreyfusards ; The pardon and its significance --
Imperialism : The political emancipation of the Bourgeoisie : Expansion and the nation-state ; Power and the Bourgeoisie ; The alliance between mob and capital --
Race-thinking before racism ; A "race" of aristocrats against a "nation" of citizens ; Race unity as a substitute for national emancipation ; The new key to history ; The "rights of Englishmen" vs. the rights of men --
Race and bureaucracy : The phantom world of the dark continent ; Gold and race ; The imperialist character --
Continental imperialism: the pan-movements : Tribal nationalism ; The inheritance of lawlessness ; Party and movement --
The decline of the nation-state and the end of the rights of man : The "nation of minorities" and the stateless people ; The perplexities of the rights of man --
Totalitarianism : A classless society : The masses ; The temporary alliance between the mob and the elite --
The totalitarian movement : Totalitarian propaganda ; Totalitarian organization --
Totalitarianism in power : The so-called totalitarian state ; The secret police ; Total domination --
Ideology and terror: A novel form of government.
Responsibility: Hannah Arendt.


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