The Socialist Response to Antisemitism in Imperial Germany

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Cambridge University Press, 19.03.2007
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What set antisemites apart from anti-antisemites in Imperial Germany was not so much what they thought about 'the Jews', but what they thought should be done about them. Like most anti-antisemites, German Social Democrats felt that the antisemites had a point but took matters too far. In fact, Socialist anti-antisemitism often did not hinge on the antisemites' anti-Jewish orientation at all. Even when it did, the Socialists' arguments generally did more to consolidate than subvert generally accepted notions regarding 'the Jews'. By focusing on a broader set of perceptions accepted by both antisemites and anti-antisemites and drawing a variety of new sources into the debate, this study offers a startling reinterpretation of seemingly well-rehearsed issues, including the influence of Karl Marx's Zur Judenfrage, and the positions of various leading Social Democrats (Franz Mehring, Eduard Bernstein, August Bebel, Wilhelm Liebknecht, Karl Kautsky, Rosa Luxemburg) and their peers.
 

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Social Democracys Stance on Antisemitism
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What then of the comparison he offered? The article he
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their persecution and recognize the solidarity between the exploiters of
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The Influence of Zur Judenfrage on the
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are more capable of further development And at this point
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This obviously begs the question Could not the Socialists have
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were to subscribe to the common cliche propounded by the
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The Socialist Uses and Abuses of
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Leuß In that case Fischers critique would finally provide us
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might seem by bourgeois standards I repeatedly discussed this with
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The Former Antisemite Leuß on
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of the Constituent Assembly Democrats too even voters of the
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Antisemitism and the Jewish Question
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imperative for Bebel to clarify what he did and did
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harden and the party congress of 1892
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imply a denial of Hardens claim regarding the prevalence of
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Kautsky and Riazanov42 Mehring later related in the introduction to
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Now if all this legislation that as mentioned has continued
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Now there can be absolutely no doubt that the Jews
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that you and the Neue Zeit arent here ie in
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to draw such uneven conclusions Antisemitism they understood
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wrong would have seemed like suggesting that the earth was
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The Social Democratic Party Congress of
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The Evolution of Bernsteins Stance on
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In his rejoinder Bernstein made no big deal of all
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bernstein eleanor marx and johannes menzinger 1898
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get along with a people that limits itself to a
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bernstein as a historian of antiantisemitism 1907
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When he revised his draft for publication it seems to
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