Vernon Lidtke. The Outlawed Party: Social Democracy in Germany, 1878-1890.

Biblioteca / 1960-1969

Vernon Lidtke. The Outlawed Party: Social Democracy in Germany, 1878-1890.  

Primera edición, Princeton University Press, 1966, 390 páginas.

CONTENTS

PREFACE

I. THE EMERGENCE AND EARLY ORIENTATION OF WORKING-CLASS POLITICAL ACTION

II. THE MATURATION OF THE SOCIALIST MOVEMENT IN THE EIGHTEEN-SEVENTIES

III. DISINTEGRATION AND RECOVERY

IV. INVITATION FROM THE LEFT: ANARCHISM AND SOCIAL DEMOCRACY

V. RADICALS AND MODERATES: TWO VIEWS OF SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC POLITICS

VI. INVITATION FROM THE RIGHT: STATE SOCIALISM AND SOCIAL DEMOCRACY

VII. GROWTH OF SOCIAL DEMOCRACY CREATES A MAJOR CRISIS FOR THE PARTY

VIII. THE DEEPENED PARLIAMENTARY INVOLVEMENT: ITS RELATIONSHIP TO REVOLUTIONARY EXPECTATIONS AND POLITICAL DEMOCRACY

IX. SOCIAL DEMOCRATS AT BAY

X. THE ST. GALL CONGRESS AND THE SUPREMACY OF AUGUST BEBEL

XI. THE END OF THE SOCIALIST LAW: SOCIAL DEMOCRACY’S VICTORY AND CHALLENGE

XII. THE HERITAGE OF THE SOCIALIST LAW EPOCH FOR SOCIAL DEMOCRACY

APPENDIX A. The Gotha Program, 1875

APPENDIX B. The Erfurt Program, 1891

APPENDIX C. Text of the Socialist Law

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY

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