by Robert A Pois The bourgeois Democrats of Weimar Germany (Transactions of the American Philosophical Society).
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Robert August Pois, American historian. Woodrow Wilson fellow, 1961; recipient Student Organization Alumni Relations teaching award, 1987, 93, Boulder Faculty Assembly teaching award, 1987; President' Teaching scholar, 1990. Delaware Boulder County Democratic Convention, 1970. Member American History Association, American Federation Teachers, Phi Beta Kappa.
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Pois,, The Bourgeois Democrats of Weimar Germany, Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, . vol. 66, pt. 4 (Philadelphia: the Society, 1976. Conrad Haussmann and Friedrich Payer were under the influence of Friedrich Naumann ; Naumann determined the principles of the Progressive Party; Eugen Richter saw the state as representing some sort of threat to constitutional development ; the Freisinnige Zeitung was Naumann's newspaper; the DDP was founded at Nuremberg on Nov.
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