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The German Bourgeoisie: Essays on the Social History of the German Middle Class from the Late Eighteenth to the Early Twentieth Century


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Publisher:Routledge, 1991



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The German bourgeoisie has received a consistently bad press from historians through the decades, being blamed for succumbing to the lure of titles and honours and away from its historic commitment to liberal values. Yet until recently there has been surprisingly little written about the German bourgeoisie from the point of view of the social historian. This new collection of essays by British, West German, and American historians aims to remedy this deficiency. Bringing together original research, it tackles the central question of the extent to which the bourgeoisie was politically weaker or socially more subservient to the aristocracy than its counterparts in Britain and France.

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