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This major interpretation of the Revolution of 1848-1849 in Germany stresses its character as a mass political phenomenon. Building skillfully on the theme of the interaction of self-conscious radicalism and spontaneous popular movements, Jonathan Sperber analyzes the social and religious antagonisms of pre-1848 German society and shows how they were politicized by the democratic political opposition.
Author: Sperber, Jonathan Year: 1992 ISBN: 9780691008660 Pages: 528 Language: English Publisher: Princeton University Press Publisher's city: Princeton, NJ Publication date: