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American Philosophical Society
Religion and Industrial Society: The Protestant Social Congress in Wilhelmine, Germany: Transactions, American Philosophical Society (vol. 76, part 6)
Harry Liebersohn (au)
The Protestant Social Cong. (“Evangelish-Sozialer Kongress”), met each year from 1890 to 1914 to discuss Germany’s sudden transformation into an industrial capitalist society. It served as a forum for Wilhelmine Germany’s educated middle class. Prof. & public leaders such as Friedrich Naumann, Max Weber, Ernst Troeltsch, Gertrud Baumer, Adolf von Harnack, & Hans Delbruck addressed the yearly meetings. A cross-section of the occup. making up the “Bildungsburgertum” listened to them, with church officials, teachers, civil servants, academics, businessmen, & doctors in attendance. The printed protocols of the Cong. allow us to reconstruct how these educated Protestants responded to the political & social forces impinging on their culture.
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