Bismarck and the "Capitulation" of German Liberalism

@article{Mork1971BismarckAT,
  title={Bismarck and the "Capitulation" of German Liberalism},
  author={Gordon R. Mork},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  year={1971},
  volume={43},
  pages={59 - 75}
}
The German National Liberal party was formed in 1866 and 1867 to support Bismarck's policy of German unification. For four years the liberals had been locked in a bitter constitutional conflict with the Prussian government. But suddenly they saw their most strongly desired goal, kleindeutsch unification, being realized under Bismarck's leadership. "I am no devotee of Mars . . . ," wrote one liberal after the Prussian victory over Austria, "but the trophies of war exercise a magic charm upon the… Expand
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