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Tables of Contents for Between Reform and Revolution
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
List of Abbreviations
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Introduction
1
32
David E. Barclay
Eric D. Weitz
Chapter 1 Diagnosing the "German Misery": Radicalism and the Problem of National Character, 1830 to 1848
33
30
Warren Breckman
Chapter 2 Working-Class Politics at the Crossroads of Conservatism, Liberalism, and Socialism
63
24
Hermann Beck
Chapter 3 The Lassallean Labor Movement in Germany: Organization, Social Structure, and Associational Life in the 1860s
87
26
Toni Offermann
Chapter 4 Burger and Workers: Liberalism and the Labor Movement in Germany, 1848 to 1914
113
28
Ralf Roth
Chapter 5 "Genossen und Genossinnen": Depictions of Gender, Militancy, and Organizing in the German Socialist Press, 1890-1914
141
26
Mary Jo Maynes
Chapter 6 The Social Democratic Electorate in Imperial Germany
167
28
Jonathan Sperber
Chapter 7 Latent Reformism and Socialist Utopia: The SPD in Gottingen, 1890 to 1920
195
28
Adelheid von Saldern
Chapter 8 A Social Republic? Social Democrats, Communists, and the Weimar Welfare State, 1919 to 1933
223
28
David F. Crew
Chapter 9 The Iron Front: Weimar Social Democracy between Tradition and Modernity
251
24
Donna Harsch
Chapter 10 Communism and the Public Spheres of Weimar Germany
275
18
Eric D. Weitz
Chapter 11 The Rise and Fall of Red Saxony
293
22
William Carl Mathews
Chapter 12 Cultural Socialism, the Public Sphere, and the Mass Form: Popular Culture and the Democratic Project, 1900 to 1934
315
26
Geoff Eley
Chapter 13 The Social Origins of Unity Sentiments in the German Socialist Underground, 1933 to 1936
341
16
Gerd-Rainer Horn
Chapter 14 Communist Resistance between Comintern Directives and Nazi Terror
357
16
Beatrix Herlemann
Chapter 15 Rethinking Social Democracy, the State, and Europe: Rudolf Hilferding in Exile, 1933 to 1941
373
24
David E. Barclay
Chapter 16 Ordnungsmacht and Mitbestimmung: The Postwar Labor Unions and the Politics of Reconstruction
397
24
Diethelm Prowe
Chapter 17 The Soviets, the German Left, and the Problem of "Sectarianism" in the Eastern Zone, 1945 to 1949
421
22
Norman Naimark
Chapter 18 Pronatalism, Nationbuilding, and Socialism: Population Policy in the SBZ/DDR, 1945 to 1960
443
24
Atina Grossmann
Chapter 19 German Social Democracy and European Unification, 1945 to 1955
467
22
Dietrich Orlow
Chapter 20 The Politics of Culture and the Culture of Everyday Life in the DDR in the 1950s
489
18
Anna-Sabine Ernst
Chapter 21 Social Democratic Gender Policies, the Working-Class Milieu, and the Culture of Domesticity in West Germany in the 1950s and 1960s
507
24
Hanna Schissler
Chapter 22 Is the SPD Still a Labor Party? From "Community of Solidarity" to "Loosely Coupled Anarchy"
531
16
Peter Losche
Chapter 23 Good-bye to All That: The Passing of German Communism and the Rise of a New New Left
547
10
Eric D. Weitz
Selective Bibliography
557
10
List of Contributors
567
4
Index
571