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Germany's New Conservatism
Germany's New Conservatism
By Klemens Von Klemperer
Princeton University Press, 1957, 250 pp.

This study in the history of ideas traces the rise of neo-conservatism in Germany after Nietzsche, through the revolution and early years of the Republic and in the victory of the Nazi movement, of which the neo-conservatives were in some measure both precursors and victims.