Cloth $65.00 ISBN: 9780708314043 Published October 1997 For sale in North and South America, Australia, and New Zealand only

Conflict and Co-Existence

Edited by Robert Stradling, Scott Newton, and David Bates

Edited by Robert Stradling, Scott Newton, and David Bates

Distributed for University of Wales Press

228 pages | 8-3/5 x 5-3/5 | © 1997
Cloth $65.00 ISBN: 9780708314043 Published October 1997 For sale in North and South America, Australia, and New Zealand only
This volume examines one of the central political questions of the modern world, the uneasy and often violent relationship between the forces of nationalism and democracy.  This subject was one of lifelong interest to the late Professor Harry Hearder of University of Wales, Cardiff, to whom the book is dedicated.
 
The focus is on the nation-states of western Europe during the period 1985-1970.  Much of the content explores varieties of conflict and compromise between these two 'cultures,' which had in many aspects a contradictory dynamic, but which nevertheless shared some basic aspirations, and often contrived to coexist, both on the national and international level.
Contents
Robert Stradling and Scott Newton, Introduction
 
Meirion Hughes, University of Wales, Cardiff, The Lucifer of Music: Rossini and German Music Nationalism
 
Nick Carter, de Montfort University, Leicester, Administering the Constitutional Pill: Britain and the Italian Nationality Question, 1850 -1861
 
Matthew Anderson, London School of Economics, Europe's Quest for International Peace, 1870-1914
 
Scott Newton, Joseph Chamberlain and Tariff Reform: British Radicalism, Modernization and Nationalism
 
Chris Williams, University of Wales, Cardiff, Welsh Nationalism and the Problem of Democracy, 1847 -1945
 
Robert Stradling History and the Triumph of Art: Manuel Azaña's Vision of Spanish Democracy
 
Paul Preston, London School of Economics, The Myths of Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera
 
Eddie May, University of Leicester, 'Primitive Rebels' in Spain: Historians and the Anarchist Phenomenon
 
David Bates, University of Glasgow, Harry Hearder; An Appreciation.
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