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ORIGINS OF CHRISTIAN DEMOCRACY : ITALY, GERMANY AND FRANCE

RONALD IRVING

ORIGINS OF CHRISTIAN DEMOCRACY : ITALY, GERMANY AND FRANCE

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  The Church became, as Carolyn Warner pointedly argues, an interest group like any other, seeking to attain and solidify its influence by forming alliances with political parties. The author analyzes the Church's differing strategies in Italy, France, and Germany using microeconomic theories of the firm and historical : Democracy, Christian. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Christian Democracy can be described as a political ideology that has largely been shaped by the social teaching of the Roman Catholic Church, which has given rise to political parties representing the middle of the political spectrum, between liberalism and gh many Christian Democratic political parties became less .


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"Stathis Kalyvas's new book is a first-rate contribution to the study of modern politics at large, as well as to the study of party formation and of Catholic parties. The impact of Christian Democracy on the politics and society of several European countries has Cited by: origins of EuropeanUnion werepredominately Christian democratic, with considerable long-term repercussions for the present-day EU.

This is a. Wolfram Kaiser takes a comparative approach to political Catholicism in the nineteenth century, Catholic parties in interwar Europe and Christian democratic parties in postwar Europe and studies these parties' cross-border contacts and co-ordination of by: Justification and origins of Italian Christian democracy --The program of Christian democracy after World War II --The writing of the constitution --Victory and power --The use of power --The future --The origins of the MRP --What the MRP would like to be --What the MRP is.

Major study of the role of European Christian democratic parties in the making of the European Union. It radically re-conceptualises European integration in long-term historical perspective as the outcome of partisan competition of political ideologies and parties and their guiding ideas for the future of Europe.

Wolfram Kaiser takes a comparative approach to political Catholicism in. Christian Democracy Union role in most national parties as well as within the NEI, especially in the case of France, West Germany, Italy and Austria, where the new party leader- ships were clearly dominated by Christian democrats who had preferred the resistance or internal emigration over exile.

Most of the prominent. The period since the end of the Cold War has been characterised by an acceleration in the European integration process, a changing pattern of political ideologies and the emergence of new political parties and issues.

This book assesses the impact of these phenomena on Christian Democratic parties in the current and fu. After the war, Christian Democrats provided an alternative to the large Communist parties that were particularly strong in France and Italy. They also represented a link to the European past that was not implicated in the crimes of the Nazi era.

Germany's Christian Democracy has proven the most successful of its : Paul Gottfried. It helped that in Italy and Germany, Catholics could realisably be mobilised (partly because they had nowhere else to go). In fact, even today, if only Catholics could vote in Germany, the CDU.

Ideally read in conjunction with Paul Ginsborg’s masterly History of Contemporary Italy: Society and Politics 7. The Sack of Rome by Alexander Stille. The Rise of Christian Democracy in Europe by Stathis N. Kalyvas,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(9).

The term Christian Democrat first came to be used by Catholic social and spiritual organizations in Belgium, France, and Germany in the s and s, for whom the word democrat represented not a commitment to democracy but a wish to reach out to the ordinary people often neglected by middle- and upper-class Catholic organizations.

Christian democratic parties were a major political force during the Cold War and led coalition governments in Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, and the Netherlands.

The same period also saw the appearance of Christian democratic parties in Latin America. Christian Democracy (Italy) Christian Democracy (Italian: Democrazia Cristiana, DC) was a Christian democratic political party in Italy.

The DC was founded in (in Nazi-occupied Italy) as the ideal successor of the Italian People's Party, which had the same symbol, a crossed shield (scudo crociato).Ideology: Christian democracy, Popularism.

Christian democracy in Italy and France. Notre Dame, Ind., University of Notre Dame Press [] (OCoLC) Online version: Einaudi, Mario, Christian democracy in Italy and France.

Notre Dame, Ind., University of Notre Dame Press [] (OCoLC) Online version: Einaudi, Mario, Christian democracy in Italy and. The Origins of Christian Democracy: Politics and Confession in Modern Germany. Wolfram Kaiser, The Origins of Christian Democracy: Politics and Confession in Modern Germany, German History, Vol Author: Wolfram Kaiser.

Christian democracy has been a successful post‐war political movement in Western Europe and, to a lesser extent, Latin America. Its sociological and ideological origins, however, lie in the mobilization of Catholics in response to the emergence.

What is Christian demoCraCy. Christian democracy is a political movement that originated in europe – specifically in the countries of belgium, germany, france, italy, the netherlands, austria, and switzerland – during the midth cen-tury. organisationally, the movement was rooted mainly in the cultural and charitable Catholic associa.

PUBLICATIONS – Jan-Werner Müller (as of Feb. ): Books: Christian Democracy: A New Intellectual History (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, forthcoming) -Furcht und Freiheit: Ein anderer Liberalismus (Berlin: Suhrkamp, forthcoming) -Was ist Populismus?(Berlin: Suhrkamp, ) -Wo Europa endet: Ungarn, Brüssel und das Schicksal der liberalen.

Although dominant in West European politics for more than a century, Christian Democratic parties remain largely unexplored and little understood.

An investigation of how political identities and parties form, this book considers the origins of Christian Democratic "confessional" parties within the political context of Western Europe. Examining five countries where a successful. The Rise of Christian Democracy in Europe. In this Book.

Cornell University Press this book considers the origins of Christian Democratic "confessional" parties within the political context of Western Europe.

Examining five countries where a successful confessional party emerged (Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Germany, and Italy) and Cited by: The origins of Christian democracy go back to the French Revolution, where initially French republicanism and the Catholic church were deeply hostile to one another as the revolutionary government had attacked the church, confiscated the church's lands, persecuted its priests and had attempted to establish a new religion around reason and the supreme being.

PUBLICATIONS: Books: Christian Democracy: A New Intellectual History (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, forthcoming) -Furcht und Freiheit: Ein anderer Liberalismus (Berlin: Suhrkamp, forthcoming) -Wo Europa endet: Ungarn, Brüssel und das Schicksal der liberalen Demokratie (Berlin: Suhrkamp, ) -Contesting Democracy: Political Ideas in Twentieth.

The Origins of Christian Democracy: Politics and Confession in Modern Maria D. Mitchell. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, Pp. xvi+ $ (cloth); $ (Adobe Digital Editions e-book). See also R. Grew, ‘Suspended bridges to democracy: the uncertain origins of Christian democracy in France and Italy’, in Thomas Kselman and Joseph Buttigieg (Eds) European Christian Democracy: Historical Legacies and Comparative Perspectives (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, ), pp.

11– Cited by: 6. and memoirs. She begins the book with the long-term origins of German Christian Democracy, introducing her central argument: the creation of the CDU was the culmination of the much longer struggle of Germany’s Catholic minority to break its “tower” of isolation in a majority Protestant country.

Although dominant in West European politics for more than a century, Christian Democratic parties remain largely unexplored and little understood. An investigation of how political identities and parties form, this book considers the origins of Christian Democratic "confessional" parties within the political context of Western Europe.

The Rise of Christian Democracy in Europe. By Stathis N. Kalyvas. Read preview. this book considers the origins of Christian Democratic "confessional" parties within the political context of Western Europe.

Examining five countries where a successful confessional party emerged (Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Germany, and Italy) and one. Buy Christian Democracy and the Origins of European Union (New Studies in European History) Reissue by Kaiser, Wolfram (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2). Wolfram Kaiser is Professor of European Studies at the University of Portsmouth, UK, and Visiting Professor at the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium.

He has published numerous books, journal articles and book chapters, especially in the field of European Union history and politics, Christian democracy and the history of : Wolfram Kaiser.

of France or Italy. Unfortunately, this highly-descriptive comparison, which often reads more like a textbook, is very unbalanced. Evans, the author of a book on the Centre Party,7 is really a historian of Germany.

This is probably why her chapters on Germany are very much more elaborate and sophisticated. Christian democracy arose as a force for liberty, compassion and justice. Parties such as the Christian Democratic Party of Italy, the CDU and CSU of Germany, the Austrian People's Party or Switzerland's Christian Democratic People's Party led Europe in an era of.

Everything changed in Christian Democracy filled the political and moral vacuum in Germany, Italy and elsewhere in devastated Europe. In Italy a Christian Democrat poster of shows an armed crusader (crusaders were acceptable then) facing the dual monsters of communism and capitalism. The Rise of Christian Democracy in Europe Although dominant in West European politics for more than a century, Christian Democratic parties remain largely unexplored and little understood.

An investigation of how political identities and parties form, this book looks at the origins of Christian Democratic-confessional-parties within the. Wolfram Kaiser, Christian Democracy and the Origins of European Union. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp.

£ New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. £ European integration is one of the key puzzles for political scientists and historians interested in the international relations of post Western Europe.

Major study of the role of European Christian democratic parties in the making of the European Union. It radically re-conceptualises European integration in long-term historical perspective as the outcome of partisan competition of political ideologies and Price: $ Therefore, between 15 and 18 Novemberan international and interdisciplinary colloquium was organised in Leuven to shed more light on the historical role of Christian Democracy on the European continent and more specifically in Germany, Italy, France, Belgium and the Netherlands.

This volume presents the proceedings of that colloquium. And so I come to the reckoning with Professor Fogarty’s more strictly political points. I would certainly not try to deny the plain fact that in Italy and Germany—and, to an extent, even in France—Christian Democracy “carried the can” for the values of.

The hallmark of postwar Christian Democracy was reconciliation. The European project that reconciled battered France with prostrate Germany was its work. Of the four figures who spearheaded the project - Jean Monnet, Alcide de Gasperi, Konrad Adenauer and Robert Schuman - the last three were Christian Dem­ocrats.

Origins of Welfare States: Changing Class Structures, Social Democracy, and Christian Democracy Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

order in France and recast ancient democracy into a new mould. 51 The French revolution was the first successful attempt by a European nation to establish a government by the : Tasneem Sultana.Conservatism - Conservatism - Continental Europe: Conservatism elsewhere in western Europe was generally represented by two or more parties, ranging from the liberal centre to the moderate and extreme right.

The three types of conservative party were the agrarian (particularly in Scandinavia), the Christian Democratic, and those parties allied closely with big business.In the 20th century, Catholic political movements became very strong in Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Ireland, France and Latin America.

What these movements had in common was a defense of the acquired rights of the Catholic Church (attacked by anticlerical politicians) and a defense of Christian faith and moral values (threatened by increasing secularization).