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Regulating the Social:
The Welfare State and Local Politics in Imperial Germany
George Steinmetz

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Tables
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Map of the German Empire, 1871-1914
Introduction1
Ch. 1Social Theory and the German Welfare State15
Ch. 2Toward an Explanation of the Welfare State in Nineteenth-Century Germany41
Ch. 3The Rise of the Social Question and Social Policy in Nineteenth-Century Germany55
Ch. 4The Central State in Imperial Germany73
Ch. 5The Prussian-German Welfare State: Social Policy at the Central Level108
Ch. 6Municipal Politics and the Local Regulation of the Social until the 1890s: Poor Relief and Worker Policy149
Ch. 7Change in Municipal Politics and the Regulation of the Social after the 1890s: Scientific Social Work and Proto-Corporatism188
Ch. 8Conclusion215
Appendix: Table of Complete Regression Models for Poor-Relief Spending and Unemployment Insurance: German Cities221
Notes223
References309
Index369

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