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Liberalism and the Habsburg Monarchy, 1861-1895

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ISBN-13:
9781137366924
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
308
Autor:
J. Kwan
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
eBook
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Often the liberal movement has been viewed through the lens of its later German nationalism. This presents only one facet of a wide-ranging, all-encompassing project to regenerate the Habsburg Monarchy. By analysing its various nuances, this volume provides a new, more positive interpretation of Austro-German liberalism.
1. Introduction: Liberalism, Nationalism and the Austrian State PART I: THE ERA OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL PARTY, 1861-79 2. Articulating the Austro-German Liberal Vision, 1861-65 3. Fighting for the Constitution: Dualism and the Austro-German Liberals, 1865-67 4. Realising the Liberal Project: Liberal Hubris and Insecurity, 1867-79 PART II: THE PARADIGM CHANGE: THE LIBERALS IN OPPOSITION, 1879-85 5. Defending Parliamentary Privilege: Foreign Policy, Liberal Opposition and the Responsibility of State Power 6. A Possible Czech-German Liberal Alliance: The Emmersdorf Discussions, 1878-79 7. 'The End of the Constitutional Party'? New Directions and the New Politics, 1879-85 PART III: DEFENDING DEUTSCHTUM: LIBERALISM AND THE RISE OF NATIONALIST POLITICS 8. Anti-Semitism and Austro-German Liberalism, 1861-95 9. Bohemia, Austria and Radical Politics: A Case Study, 1879-93 10. Ernst von Plener and the Final Liberal Coalition Government, 1893-95 11. Conclusion: Austro-German Liberalism at the Turn-of-the-Century
Often the liberal movement has been viewed through the lens of its later German nationalism. This presents only one facet of a wide-ranging, all-encompassing project to regenerate the Habsburg Monarchy. By analysing its various nuances, this volume provides a new, more positive interpretation of Austro-German liberalism. In the 1860s the liberals fought for their core concepts of liberal principles, Austrian state patriotism and German nationalism. Their convictions and actions put in place the framework for modern politics in the Habsburg Monarchy - the constitution, parliaments, and a free press. Only gradually over time did German nationalism begin to dominate within the movement. By tracing the interaction of the core concepts and placing the movement within its historical context, Jonathan Kwan presents a balanced assessment of an oft-neglected, much criticized but highly significant political movement.

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