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11.   Thomas Mann, "Culture and Socialism" (1927)
Thomas Mann (1875-1955), already a major public figure in Germany at the end of WWI, was neither an immediate supporter....
12.   Kurt Weill on Bertolt Brecht (1927)
Kurt Weill (1900-1950) grew up in a bourgeois Jewish family and received an elite education at the Berliner....
13.   Paul Schultze-Naumburg, "Art and Race" (1928)

14.   Stefan George, "The Light" (1928)
Many of the poems included in The New Empire [Das neue Reich] were originally published between 1914 and 1919 in Blätter für die Kunst, the literary magazine founded by Stefan....
15.   Stefan George, "Man and Faun" (1928)
Many of the poems included in The New Empire [Das neue Reich] were originally published between 1914 and 1919 in Blätter für die Kunst, the literary magazine founded by Stefan....
16.   George Grosz, "Among Other Things, a Word for German Tradition" (1931)

17.   Thomas Mann, "Against Thickheadedness and Retrograde Behavior: A Wish Made to Humanity" (1927)
Thomas Mann’s (1875-1955) ambivalence toward mass society and belated support of the republic derived from a tension....
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