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Motion to Grant Full Emancipation to Jews in the Duchy of Nassau (1846)

Moritz Mohl and Gabriel Riesser, Two Speeches on Equal Rights for Jewish Germans (1848)

Excerpts from Gabriel Riesser’s Pamphlet on the Emancipation of the Jews (1831)

Excerpts from H. E. G. Paulus’s Pamphlet on the Emancipation of the Jews in Baden (1831)

Report on the Civic Conditions of the Jews in the Duchy of Nassau (1822)

The Catholics: Excerpts from the Debate at the General Assembly of the Catholic Associations of the Rhineland and Westphalia (April 18, 1849)

The Conservatives: Friedrich Julius Stahl, “What is the Revolution?” (1852)

Definition of the Term “Parties” from the Staats-Lexikon (1845–48)

The Liberals: Heppenheim Program of the Southwest German Liberals (October 10, 1847)

The Democrats: Gustav von Struve, Motion in the German Pre-Parliament (March 31, 1848)

Carl von Clausewitz, Excerpts from On War (1832)

The Socialists: Ferdinand Lassalle, Excerpt from “Open Letter” (1863)

The Liberals: Founding Program of the German Progressive Party (June 9, 1861)

Helmuth von Moltke, Memorandum on the Effect of Improvements in Firearms on Battlefield Tactics (1861)

Prince Kraft zu Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen, Observations on the State of the Austrian Army in 1854 (Retrospective Account)

Helmuth von Moltke, Memorandum on a Possible War between Prussia and Austria (1866)

Friedrich Bülau’s Call for a Market-Oriented Solution to the Problem of Poverty in Germany during the First Half of the Nineteenth Century (1834)

Friedrich List, Excerpt from National System of Political Economy (1841)

John Prince-Smith, Excerpts from his Collected Writings (1843–63)

“Freedom of Occupation”: Excerpt from the Staats-Lexikon: “Trade and Manufacturing” (1845–48)

A Catholic View of the Economy, Excerpt from Wilhelm Emmanuel von Ketteler’s “The Worker Question and Christianity” (1864)

Victor Böhmert’s Critique of the Traditional and Restrictive Nature of Guilds (1858)

Johann Ludwig Tellkampf, Excerpts from the Chapter “On the Steamship Connections between German and North American Ports” (1853)

Conservative Denunciation of Occupational Freedom as the Result of an Interfering State Bureaucracy (1851)

Socialist View of the Results of the Free Market Economy: Excerpt from Ferdinand Lassalle’s “Open Letter” (1863)