Sombart and German (National) Socialism

  title={Sombart and German (National) Socialism},
  author={Abram Lincoln Harris},
  journal={Journal of Political Economy},
  pages={805 - 835}
  • A. L. Harris
  • Published 1 December 1942
  • History, Economics
  • Journal of Political Economy
T _HE death of Werner Sombart2 closes the career of a man of whom it may be said, as it was of the philosopher Fichte, '"his life was the life of a nation." Born at Emersleben am Harz, January i9, i863, Sombart was four years old when Ferdinand Lassalle inaugurated the German labor movement with the founding of the Universal German Workingmen's Association. He was eight when the century-old dream of an empire of German states under Prussian hegemony was realized on the defeat of France in i870… 
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