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by John Breuilly
Author: John Breuilly
Publisher: Manchester Univ Pr (August 1, 1992)
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Labour and Liberalism in Nineteenth-Century Europe. John Breuilly's new book, which brings together a number of valuable essays
Labour and Liberalism in Nineteenth-Century Europe. Essays in Comparative History John Breuilly's new book, which brings together a number of valuable essays. 4 Jonathan Spcrbcr, Rhinetand Radicals: The Democratic Movement and the Revolution of 1848-1849 (Princeton, 1991), pp. 476ff. 3 Sec the detailed analysis in Wolfram Sicmann, Gesellschafi im Aufliruch: Deutschland 1849-1871 (Frankfurt-on-Main, 1990), pp. 200-231. Breuilly's treatment of the historical preconditions of successful Lib-Lab politics is much more detailed and finely tuned than Luebbert's, but his conclusions are not substantially different.
Labour and liberalism in nineteenth-century Europe: essays in comparative history. The state of Germany: the national idea in the making, unmaking and remaking of a nation-state. Manchester University Press, 1994. The state and nationalism. Dating the nation: how old is an old nation? J Breuilly.
This book represents a significant reinterpretation of nineteenth-century liberalism and labour history. Going beyond the usual confines of national frameworks, the author compares national experiences, discarding the preconceptions that have frequently distorted historical writing. John Breuilly asks just how unique many national phenomena were and examines some issues which transcended national boundaries.
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On 19th century European Liberalism see: Next: Lancashire and the new Liberalism. Library availability. Marxist History-writing for the Twenty-first century. This book is a revised translation of two works by Miroslav Hroch, which together form a pioneering comparative analysis of the various struggles for national identity in nineteenth-century Europe. It is concerned with the decisive phase of 'national renaissance', when small groups of committed patriots successfully generated mass support.
At the University of Manchester, Breuilly still regarded himself primarily as a historian of Germany when he became interested in nationalisms. He realised that the only way the book he was looking for on the subject would exist, was if he wrote it. His pioneering Nationalism and the State was published in 1982.
Liberalism in continental Europe often lacked the fortuitous combination of broad .
Liberalism in continental Europe often lacked the fortuitous combination of broad popular support and a powerful liberal party that it had in Britain. But the failure of the Revolutions of 1848 highlighted the comparative weakness of liberalism on the Continent.
Labour and Liberalism in Nineteenth-Century Europe : Essays on Comparative History, J. Breuilly. Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press, 1994.