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4. Religion, Education, Social Welfare
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Overview: Forging an Empire: Bismarckian Germany, 1866-1890   |   1. Demographic and Economic Development   |   2. Society   |   3. Culture   |   4. Religion, Education, Social Welfare   |   5. Politics I: Forging an Empire   |   6. Military and International Relations   |   7. Politics II: Parties and Political Mobilization

Further Reading: Religion, Education, Social Welfare

Walter Boehlich, Der Berliner Antisemitismusstreit, Frankfurt a.M., 1965. Raymond H. Dominick, The Environmental Movement in Germany: Prophets and Pioneers, 1871-1971, Bloomington, Ind., 1992.

Michael B. Gross, , Ann Arbor, 2004.

Barnet Hartston, Sensationalizing the Jewish Question: Anti-Semitic Trials and the Press in the Early German Empire, Leiden and Boston, 2005.

Heinz-Gerhard Haupt and Dieter Langewiesche, eds., Nation und Religion in der deutschen Geschichte, Frankfurt a.M. and New York, 2001.

Róisín Healy, The Jesuit Specter in Imperial Germany, Boston, 2003.

Konrad H. Jarausch, Students, Society, and Politics in Imperial Germany: The Rise of Academic Illiberalism, Princeton, 1982.

Uffa Jensen, Gebildete Doppelgänger. Bürgerliche Juden und Protestanten im 19. Jahrhundert, Göttingen, 2005.

Simone Lässig, Jüdische Wege ins Bürgertum. Kulturelles Kapital und sozialer Aufstieg im 19. Jahrhundert, Göttingen, 2004.

Marjorie Lamberti, State, Society, and the Elementary School in Imperial Germany, Oxford and New York, 1989.

Thomas M. Lekan, Imagining the Nation in Nature: Landscape Preservation and German Identity, 1885-1945, Cambridge, Mass., 2004.

Charles McClelland, State, Society, and University in Germany, 1700-1914, Cambridge, Mass., 1980.

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