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The German Revolution and Political Theory

Gaard Kets (Hrsg.), James Muldoon (Hrsg.)

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Sozialwissenschaften, Recht, Wirtschaft / Politische Theorien und Ideengeschichte

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This book is the first collection within political theory to examine the ideas and debates of the German Revolution of 1918/19. It discusses the political theorists and actors of the revolution and uncovers an incredibly fertile body of political thought. Revolutionary events led to the proliferation of new political strategies, theoretical insights and institutional proposals. Key questions included the debate between a national assembly and a council system, the socialisation of the economy, the development of new forms of political representation and the proper role of parliaments, political parties and trade unions. This book offers novel perspectives on the history of the revolution, a thorough engagement with its main thinkers and an analysis of its relevance for contemporary political thought. 

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Council Communism, Hannah Arendt, Spartacus League, socialist republicanism, dictatorship, Eduard Bernstein, Women in the German Revolution, Karl Kautsky, Rosa Luxemburg, Council Democracy, Nazism, Gustav Landauer, democracy, pure council system, Non-Violent Non-Cooperation, Radical Right, Workers’ Councils, democratic socialism, Revolutionary Berlin, political ideology