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Catholics, the state and the European radical Right, 1919-1945

Catholics, the state and the European radical Right, 1919-1945

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Published by Social Science Monographs, Atlantic Research and Publications, Distributed by Columbia University Press in Boulder, Highland Lakes, N.J, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe
    • Subjects:
    • Catholic Church -- Europe -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Church and state -- Europe -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Fascism -- Europe -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Europe -- Church history -- 20th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      Statementedited by Richard J. Wolff and Jörg K. Hoensch.
      SeriesAtlantic studies on society in change ;, no. 50
      ContributionsWolff, Richard J., 1952-, Hoensch, Jörg K.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX1490 .C37 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 6-257 p. ;
      Number of Pages257
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2744708M
      ISBN 100880331267
      LC Control Number86063052

        “Catholic” literally means universal, even if it’s often used to refer to a hierarchy of mostly old white men devoted to vestiges of European feudalism. But if you visit Catholic communities.   The Radical Right has represented a major element in German politics and society throughout the history of the united country (i.e. since the s), though the understandable concentration on the Third Reich () has tended to distort the wider picture.

        In the run-up to the European election, the big story on the radical right was the new alliance of Le Pen and the Netherlands’ Geert Wilders, two electorally successful but politically.   Catholic Modern tells the story of how these radical ideas emerged in the s and exercised enormous influence after World War II. Most remarkably, a group of modern Catholics planned and led a new political movement called Christian Democracy, which transformed European culture, social policy, and s: 3.

        The radical right in Eastern Europe is similar to its West European cousins in its emphasis on mobilization against minorities. Until recently, that mobilization was exclusively against minorities with electoral rights who have been settled for centuries. The arrival of more than a million Syrian refugees in Europe expanded the portfolio of minorities to rally against and, paradoxically. The European continent was born from the rise of the Carolingian Empire and the shift of the Roman Empire to Byzantium, with its mission toward the Slavic peoples. If we accept this premise, the beginning of the modern era marked a watershed, a radical change, for the two Europes in both the essence of the continent and its geographic outlines.


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Among the English‐language works worthy of mention, see Stella Alexander, “Croatia: The Catholic Church and the Clergy, –”, in Richard J. Wolff, Jörg K. Hönsch, eds, Catholics, the State, and the European Radical Right, – (Highland Lakes: Atlantic Research and Publications, ), pp–66; Pedro Ramet, “Religion Cited by: 4.

Catholics, the state and the European radical Right, Boulder: Social Science Monographs ; Highland Lakes, N.J.: Atlantic Research and Publications ; New York: Distributed by Columbia University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard J Wolff; Jörg K Hoensch.

Catholics – The State & the European Radical Rights – Hardcover – 15 September by H Wolff (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover, 15 September "Please retry" — — — Author: H Wolff. Author of Tears Enough For All, Catholics, the state and the European radical Right,Examining the Big Picture, One Wild Ride, Vom Ostwind verweht, In Tune, Host to Homicide.

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Studies of the radical right in the United States and right-wing populism in Europe have tended to be conducted independently, with very few comparisons made. European analyses have tended to use comparisons with fascism, while studies of the American radical right. Terminology and definition. The Friedrich Ebert Foundation, in a book, defines the terms "right wing extremist" and "right wing populist" differently.

Inthe Dutch political scientist Cas Mudde noted that in most European countries, the terms "radical right" and "extreme right" were used interchangeably. He cited Germany as an exception, noting that among political scientists in. Catholic People's Parties in East Central Europe: The Bohemian Lands and Slovakia.

Political Catholicism in Europe 1. Routledge. – Baka, Igor (). Politický systém a režim Slovenskej republiky v rokoch – [The political system and regime of the Slovak Republic in the years – ].

Bratislava. Maritain, in Man and the State (Chicago, ), 50–52, would offer a critique of sovereignty that clearly if “The major point is that no Catholic authority in France or in Rome gave public support to Témoignage Chrétien's protest against Vichy's own anti the State, and the European Radical Right, – (Boulder, CO, In the United States, critics of the policies adopted by the Religious Right, such as opposition to same-sex marriage and abortion, often equate evangelicalism as a movement with the Religious Right.

Many evangelicals belong to this political movement, although it is a diverse movement that draws support from other Protestants, Jews, Mormons.

In Transatlantic Fascism, Federico Finchelstein traces the intellectual and cultural connections between Argentine and Italian fascisms, showing how fascism circulates transnationally. From the early s well into the Second World War, Mussolini tried to export Italian fascism to Argentina, the “most Italian” country outside of Italy.

Gordon’s book helps right the ship with this book. If his argument lacks anything it’s the fact that the Church no longer promotes subsidiarity or natural law. In fact it seems that the Church’s opposition to abortion is about the only remnant of its Natural Law teaching in the church(a worthy cause but a hardly comprehensive).Reviews: The eastern part of Poland has a long history of Catholic–Orthodox rivalry.

The Roman Catholic clergy in the Chełm region in Poland was unambiguously anti-Orthodox in the Interwar period.

Ukraine, which has been a religious borderland, has a long history of religious conflict. World War II. advancement of European culture.2 This nostalgic view tended to overlook the they built bridges with other radical conservatives, both within Catholic and “Austrian myth” that prevented reconciliation with the new state of affairs in Europe.5 This emphasis on a.

“Radical traditionalist” Catholics, who may make up the largest single group of serious antisemites in America, subscribe to an ideology that is rejected by the Vatican and some 70 million mainstream American Catholics.

Catholics, the State, and the European Radical Right, by Richard Wolf (Editor) avg rating — 0 ratings — published   The rise of new political competitors on the radical right is a central feature of many contemporary European party systems.

The first study of its kind based on a wide array of comparative survey data, The Radical Right in Western Europe: A Comparative Analysis provides a unifying framework to explain why rightist parties are electorally powerful in some countries but not in s: 1.

The third group consists of "sedevacantist" Catholics, that is Catholics who believe that the Catholic Church has not had a true Pope for some time (most consider Pope Pius XII as the last true Pope) and who, depending on the time they see as the moment the "Chair of Peter" (sede) became empty (vacante), may or may not see Vatican II as a valid.

Catholics, the State, and the European Radical Right, by Jorg Hoensch (Editor); Richard Wolf (Editor). 1 day ago  Trying to understand what is happening in the United States has led me to new areas of reading, including The Politics of Unreason: Right-Wing Extremism in America, by Seymour Martin Lipset and Earl Raab.

The opening paragraph of the Preface to that book: 1. Lipset, “The Radical. When I visited Mariazell in there were altars set aside for Catholics in each of the successor states of the empire, then under Communist rule. Church, State, Politics, and Ideology, –,” in Catholics, the State, and the European Radical Right, –, ed.

Wolf Eric, “The New Threat to History,” New York Review.But as European revolutions diminished the political power of the Catholic Church, Pope Pius IX responded by expanding and strengthening its spiritual authority. Insix years after the government of the Papal States was overthrown, Pius proclaimed the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception (the teaching that the Virgin Mary was conceived.

As a radical supporter of abortion rights, Harris has alienated pro-life voters, but she has gone further still, tainting herself “with the brush of anti-Catholicism,” Dr.

Donohue states. “Inshe sought to stop a Trump nominee for a seat on the federal bench simply because he was Catholic.