The rise of popular antimodernism in Germany : the urban master artisans, 1873-1896 /
Antimodernism, a popular movement growing out of fear and hostility toward an emerging new world, became a central ideological trend in late nineteenth-century Europe. Shulamit Volkov explains its development in Germany by providing a biography of one group-the urban master artisans-whose political...
Princeton, New Jersey :
Princeton University Press,
|Series:||Princeton legacy library.
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