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Working-Class Politics in the German Revolution

Richard Müller, the Revolutionary Shop Stewards and the Origins of the Council Movement

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In this biography of Richard Müller (1880–1943), the leading protagonist of the 1918 German Revolution, Ralf Hoffrogge lifts Müller and his council socialist Shop Stewards' movement out of obscurity, showing how grassroots working class radicalism animated the most powerful working class revolution in the western world to date.

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