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History 5, Fall 2010 Outline: Lecture XX p. 1 4 November 2010 Politics, Culture, and Society at the End of the 19 th  Century I. Introduction: Art Bridges the Centuries II.  The Economy A. The Second Industrial Revolution, the decline of agriculture, and the rise of  finance capital B. Mass consumption (ex. the department store) and mass leisure C. The decline of the free trade ideal III. Political Life A. Socialist parties, trade unions and the Second International: state in the service  of the working class B. Parties of “order,” capital, and big agriculture: the state in the service of  business C. The triumphs and travails of liberalism   D. Political scandals: the Dreyfus Affair again and the politics of nationalism IV. The Crisis of Liberalism in Fin de Siecle Vienna A. 1880s new political groups emerge: Christian Socialists, Nationalists and  Zionists all of whom address the question of one particular Other: the Jew
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