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Sheehan argues that in the middle decades of the nineteenth century liberalism had the advantage of being the first political movement in Germany. It was able to mobilize and direct a broad variety of groups that wanted to change the status quo. After the formation of a united German nation state, however, liberals faced an increasingly dynamic and diverse set of opponents, who were better able to take advantage of the democratic suffrage introduced by Bismarck in 1867
Sheehan's book is an outstanding contribution. Professor Hans-Ulrich Wehler, University of Bielefeld. Start reading German Liberalism in the 19th Century on your Kindle in under a minute. German historian James Sheehan contends that the ultimate failure of the Liberals to establish a strong political voice in Germany during the nineteenth century eventually led to right wing nationalism in the form of National Socialism in the twentieth century
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German Liberalism in the Nineteenth Century.
ISBN13: 9780226752082. Release Date: December 1983.
James J. Sheehan is an American historian of modern Germany and the former president of the American Historical Association (2005). Born in San Francisco in 1937, Sheehan earned a . from Stanford University in 1958 and a P. history) from the University of California, Berkeley in 1964. He is the author of numerous articles and several important books, including The Career of Lujo Brentano: A Study of Liberalism and Social Reform in Imperial Germany (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1966); German Liberalism in the Nineteenth Century (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1978); German History, 1770-1866 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989); and, most recently, Where Have. Retrieved 2009-12-20.