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Splintered Classes: Politics and the Lower Middle Classes in Interwar Europe epub

by Rudy Koshar


Splintered Classes: Politics and the Lower Middle Classes in Interwar Europe epub

ISBN: 084191124X

ISBN13: 978-0841911246

Author: Rudy Koshar

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Holmes & Meier Pub (October 1, 1990)

Pages: 251 pages

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International Labor and Working-Class History.

International Labor and Working-Class History. Rudy Koshar, e. Splintered Classes: Politics and the Lower Middle Classes in Interwar Europe. New York: Holmes & Meier, 1990. vii + 251 pp. Geoffrey Crossick (a1).

Splintered Classes book

Splintered Classes book. In contrast with traditional approaches, which have seen a more or less uniform middle-class response to the political and economic crises of the age of fascism, this comparative study of the politics and ideology of the urban lower middle classes in Europe from 1918 to 1939 rethinks the political history of these groups.

Splintered Classes: Politics and the Lower Middle Classes in Interwar Europe. New York: Holmes and Meier, 1990. University of California, Los Angeles.

Classes : Politics and the Lower Middle Classes in Interwar Europe. Book Overview of the politics and ideology of the urban lower middle classes in Europe.

Splintered Classes : Politics and the Lower Middle Classes in Interwar Europe.

In contrast with traditional scholarship, which has seen a more or less uniform middle-class response to the political and economic crises of the age of fascism, this comparative study of the politics and ideology of the urban lower middle classes in Europe from 1918 to 1939 stresses th. .

In contrast with traditional scholarship, which has seen a more or less uniform middle-class response to the political and economic crises of the age of fascism, this comparative study of the politics and ideology of the urban lower middle classes in Europe from 1918 to 1939 stresses the diversity and splintering of middle class constituencies under the pressures of the interwar period.

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Splintered Classes: Politics and the Lower Middle Classes in Interwar Europe more. Publication Date: 1994. dissertations (those by Norbert Frei and Evi Kleinöder), some from larger continuing projects (those by Ian Kershaw, Lother Gruchmann. Publication Date: 1983.

See Rudy Koshar, ed. (1990) Splintered Classes: Politics and the Lower Middle Classes in Interwar Europe (New York: Holmes & Meier). George Orwell (1937; 1962) The Road to Wigan Pier (Harmondsworth: Penguin), p. 20. oogle Scholar. Mike Savage (2008) ‘Affluence and Social Change in the Making of Technocratic Middle-Class Identities: Britain, 1939–1955’, Contemporary British History, 22: 4, 46. rossRefGoogle Scholar. Jonathan Rose (2001) The Intellectual Life of the British Working Classes (New Haven and London: Yale University Press), p. 43.

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Splintered Classes: Politics and the Lower Middle Classes in Interwar Europe

Splintered Classes: Politics and the Lower Middle Classes in Interwar Europe. July 1991 · Contemporary Sociology. By exploring how the lower middle classes defined (or failed to define) themselves politically - the alliances that they formed, the sentiments they articulated, and the interests they pursued and defended - this informative and provocative book sheds light on a crucial segment of European society between the two world wars.

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