Social democracy and the Europe Question: lessons from Weimar?
Confronted by the catastrophe of the First World War and the fractured Europe of the 1920s, German social democrats attempted to rethink the relationship between economic integration and international cooperation. They arrived at a complex synthesis between European federation, protectionism and free trade.
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