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Crises in European History (Classic Reprint)
Gustav Bang swork, Crises in European History (B ryciningstider i Europas Historie ), was first published serially in the Daily People during 1909-10. As an economic interpretation of three important crises in European history it is perhaps one of the best, considering the brevity of the work. Dr. Bang here employs to the best advantage the Marxian key,...
Gustav Bang swork, Crises in European History (B ryciningstider i Europas Historie ), was first published serially in the Daily People during 1909-10. As an economic interpretation of three important crises in European history it is perhaps one of the best, considering the brevity of the work. Dr. Bang here employs to the best advantage the Marxian key, and succeeds in unravelling what to the average reader usually appear to be mysteries or near-mysteries. As the author explains in his introduction, the motive power of historical changes is to be found in the economic basis of a given society, in the methods of production and exchange peculiar to that society. To put it in this manner is, of course, to lay oneself open to the charge of teaching that that economic basis, and nothing else, influences the historical processes. Dr. Bang, however, in the concrete examples chosen furnishes ample evidence to show that while that undoubtedly is the chief, and in the long run the really important factor, the line cannot be drawn too sharply between cause and effect, seeing the effect frequently reacts upon the cause, stimulating it and aiding in accelerating (or retarding temporarily, as the case may be) the historical process. The publishers have felt that the work deserved a wider circle of readers than was possible through the Daily People, and for this reason present it to the English speaking working class in booklet form. Since this work was first published Dr. Bang has passed away. His death was a loss to the International movement, especially at a time when all the clearest and ablest men in that movement were needed. Gustav Bang was born September 26, 1871, in a small provincial town in Denmark.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, H
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