Businessmen and Politics in the Rhineland, 1789-1834
In an attempt to understand the political history of the German middle class in the nineteenth century, Jeffry Diefendorf studies in detail the political, social, and economic behavior of three business communities on the Left Bank of the Rhine between 1789 and 1834.
Originally published in 1980.
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