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The Collapse of the Weimar Republic : Political Economy and Crisis

by Abraham, David

Condition: Very good/good


Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press, 1981. First edition. Hardcover. Very good/good. Octavo (standard size). Slight wear to edges and corners of boards, more so to dust jacket. W/ errata slip laid in. 366 p. w/ footnotes, tables, bibliography, index. An economic view of the collapse of the Weimar government, focusing on the struggles between industry and agriculture, and capital and labor. A useful perspective increasing the understanding of a complex topic.





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