By Sean Dobson
Within the fall of 1918, after it had turn into transparent that the good warfare used to be misplaced, revolution broke out in Germany. within the sector round Leipzig, employees supported the revolution with strange selection, in lots of circumstances looking to socialize their businesses all alone authority.In the 1st ebook to dedicate critical scholarly recognition to Leipzig's turbulent transition from authoritarian monarchy to democratic republic, Sean Dobson deals a cogent background of political swap in what was once one in every of Germany's so much industrialized and politically radical districts. in the course of many of the post--WWII interval, basically Leninist historians -- following the stern ideological guidance dictated by means of the Socialist team spirit social gathering of the German Democratic Republic -- have been approved entry to the suitable information. With the autumn of the Berlin Wall, Dobson won unparalleled entry to these data. His examine tells the genuine tale of what occurred in a single of the revolution's hurricane facilities and enriches the bigger theoretical dialogue of sophistication and id formation.Because the turmoil in and round Leipzig is meaningless with out an realizing of the sector prior to 1914, Dobson information the antecedents of the revolution. within the strategy, he demanding situations universal historiographical assumptions approximately prewar and wartime Germany.
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And because of job security, they were often able to obtain bank loans. While the working families had to STANDARDS OF LIVING AND SOCIAL MOBILITY 33 spend half their income on food, the lower-white-collar families spent only 38 percent. Moreover, they were able to consume twice as much meat per capita as the working families did. And the meat they purchased tended to be beef instead of the sausage and pork consumed by the working families. 33 Disparities in living standards reveal themselves most clearly when data on housing is examined.
While the working families had to STANDARDS OF LIVING AND SOCIAL MOBILITY 33 spend half their income on food, the lower-white-collar families spent only 38 percent. Moreover, they were able to consume twice as much meat per capita as the working families did. And the meat they purchased tended to be beef instead of the sausage and pork consumed by the working families. 33 Disparities in living standards reveal themselves most clearly when data on housing is examined. 3 percent by 1913 (see ﬁg. 34 Fully 95 percent of workers rented their domiciles.
4 covers only a ten-year period). All these data combined with the evidence presented earlier in this chapter on the problems facing the alter Mittelstand permit the conclusion that small proprietors were not doing nearly as well as larger ones. And one could speculate further that the more marginal among them were probably being squeezed. When determining living standards, no statistic counts as much as the mortality rate. By that measurement, conditions in Leipzig were improving rapidly. 48 The rate declined in lockstep with those of other German municipalities.