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Aachen, Germany, 152 Adam, Thomas, 10 Adler, Georg, 165 Adlershof, Germany, 161 Against Anarchism, 147 Against Petit-Bourgeois Parliamentary Social Reform, For Revolutionary Social Democracy (Auerbach), 169 Alexander II (tsar of Russia), 13; assassination, 77, 81 Alsace-Lorraine, 29; citizen rights, 213; Zabern Affair (1913), 208–12 Alsatian parties, 5, 7, 11, 27, 33, 55–57, 108, 208 Altona, Germany, 152; minor state of siege, 81, 84 Anarchism, Social Democracy, and Revolutionary Tactics (Liebknecht), 93–94 Anarchism: A Critical History of the Anarchist Theory (Zenker), 145 Anarchism and Its Cure (Emanuel), 146 Anarchism and Its Followers (Martin), 125 Anarchism and Socialism (Plekhanov), 177 Anarchism and the Solution to the Social Question (Deval), 144 Anarchism and the Workers’ Movement (Katzenstein ), 186 anarchists, 34, 45, 72–113 passim, 212–23 —attitudes toward anarchists: anarchists as other, 212; anti-anarchist stance of conservatives , 17, 24, 74, 82–83, 85, 115, 124, 128–30, 194, 205–6, 212; anti-anarchist stance of liberals, 145–47, 212–13; antianarchist stance of Social Democrats, 4, 11, 12, 18, 60–65, 61–65, 72, 77, 86–94, 86– 96, 123, 126–27, 143–44, 150–51, 154–56, 167–89 passim; anti-anarchist tropes, 21, 179–80, 213, 219, 220–21; Marxist antagonism , 12, 87–88; Social Democrats rapprochement with, 171–76, 181; symbolic use of anarchists, 219–21 —beliefs:ahistoricismof,183;anti-militarism, 191, 193; doctrinal evolution, 173–74; elections, 173; general strike, 180–89, 192, 217, 218; individualism, 155, 165, 176–77, 217; political philosophy, 162–66; utopia, 176, 184 (see also utopianism); violence versus theory, 223 —origins, 145–46; Bakunin and, 25, 34, 61 —repression of anarchists, 65; files on antianarchist measures, 144 (see also police powers); local government reports on anarchists , 151–53, 156–61, 191, 193–94 (see also police powers); Socialist Law as father or anarchism (see Socialist Law, radicalization and) —scholarship on anarchism, 162–66, 242n140, 260n2 —terrorism, 4, 175–76, 212–23; brigandage, 186; Haymarket bombing, 122–23; plots in France, 143; plots in Germany, 97–99, 115, 120; plots in Italy, 143; propaganda of the deed, 12, 14, 61, 126, 139, 159, 186, 190–91; revolution, 93–94, 169 Index 290 Index —types (see also Jungen); anarcho-socialism, 181, 185 Anarchists: A Picture of Civilizations at the Close of the Nineteenth Century (MacKay), 175 anarcho-socialism, 181, 185 Anderson, Margaret Lavinia, 7–8, 33–34 Anti-Authoritarian International, 61 Arbeiter-Wochenchronik (Workers’ Weekly Chronicle), 91 arme Konrad, Der (Poor Conrad), 158 Arnsberg, Germany, 152 assassination, 12–13, 58–59, 143, 158; of Alexander II (tsar of Russia), 77, 81; attempts against Wilhelm I, 4, 17, 34, 43–44; of Canalejas, 190; of Cánovas del Castillo, 154; of Carl Rumpf, 98, 116, 120; of Elisabeth (Austrian empress), 135, 154–56; of George I (Greece), 191; of James Garfield, 85; of Marie François Carnot, 135; of Umberto I (Italy), 85, 136, 161; of William McKinley, 136, 161 atheism, 3, 23, 27, 30, 84, 118, 140–41, 196, 203 attentat, 228n29. See also assassination Auer, Ignaz, 44, 79, 81, 150–51, 183, 235n75 Auerbach, Albert, 169 Austria, 144 Austro-Prussian War, 29 authoritarianism, 5, 7, 12, 14, 29, 212, 213, 214, 221. See also Bismarck, Otto von Autonomie, 127, 149, 152 Baden (Germany), 8 Bakunin, Mikhail, 25, 34, 61, 87, 167, 174, 199, 263n39 Bamberger, Ludwig, 31–33, 36, 40, 49, 52, 55, 111, 130, 136 Barth, Theodor, 32, 137, 153, 198 Bavaria (Germany), 8, 96, 199 Bebel, August, 26, 28–29, 34, 43, 50, 51, 57, 58–60, 64, 76, 83, 96, 106, 118, 128, 133, 154–55, 159, 201 Belgium, 158 Bennigsen, Rudolf von, 36, 40, 41, 49, 52, 55, 67 Berkman, Alexander, 143 Berlepsch, Hans Hermann von, 132, 198–99 Berlin, Germany, 13, 152, 227n26; German workers in, 75; minor state of siege, 73, 81, 84, 118–19; police reports from, 124–25, 131–32, 158, 161, 191 (see also police powers ) Berliner Autographirte Correspondenz (Berlin Transcript Correspondence), 36 Berliner Freie Presse (Berlin Free Press), 27 Berliner Neueste Nachrichten (Berlin Latest Report ), 146 Berliner Tageblatt (Berlin Daily), 35, 36, 153, 156 Berliner Volks-Tribüne (Berlin People’s Tribune ), 170 Bernstein, Eduard, 27, 44, 73, 87, 89, 136, 169, 175, 242n96, 263n40 Beseler, Georg, 41 Bethmann Hollweg, Theobold von, 208, 209 Bethusy-Huc, Eduard Georg, 38 Bieberstein, Adolf Marschall von, 40, 160 Biermann, Wilhelm Eduard, 162, 163–64 Bismarck, Otto von, 3, 44, 233n3; anti-revolutionary stance, 24, 76; authoritarianism, 7, 12, 212, 213; criticism by...


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