In a widely-cited essay on turn-of-the century Vienna, Carl Schorske alludes to the"dissolution of the classical liberal view of man in the crucible of Austria's modern politics .... [and] the emergence of psychological man from the wreckage of the old culture."' The theme of liberal decline has provided Schorske with the backdrop for several important articles on late nineteenth century Austria, and a number of interesting monographs. Relatively few historical studies, however, address the subject of Austrian liberalism per se, and those which do are mostly broad surveys.
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Article DOI: 10.2307/1428571
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1428571
Ritter, Harry, "Austro-German Liberalism and the Modern Liberal Tradition" (1984). History Faculty and Staff Publications. 31.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Austria--Politics and government; Germany--Politics and government