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HIST 2117: Modern Germany Spring 2013 Lecture Nine: Anti-Socialist Laws and the Emergence of Social Democracy
Grunderzeit Pseudo-Democratization and Aristocratic Attitudes Urbanization and New Elites Military as “School of Nation” Big Business Second Industrial Revolution Cartelization
Development of the SPD Voting Patterns Gotha Program 1877 Anti-Socialist Laws Effects on Unions and Newspapers Expulsions
Trade Unionism Hirsch-Duncker Unions Schulze-Delitzsch Unions
Development of Socialist Doctrine Germany Becomes Center of Socialist Movement Second International Karl Kautsky and “Orthodox Marxism” Eduard Bernstein and “Evolutionary Socialism”
End of Persecution Continued Electoral Success of SPD Repeal of Anti-Socialist Laws
The Habsburg Monarchy after 1866 The Ausgleich of 1867 Nature of the Dual Monarchy German-Austrian Alliance Austria’s Continuing Nationalism Problem
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