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Kalter Krieg, Rassismus und Black Power 1965-1975
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A Revolution in Context
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Soziale Bewegungen im Italien der 1970er Jahre
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Germany 1918/19 and the US-Palmer Raids Norma Lisa Flores | 127 German Defeat in World War I, Influenza and Postwar Memory Oliver Haller | 151 SUBJECTIVITIES AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS Activist Subjectivities and the Charisma of World Revolution Soviet Communists Encounter Revolutionary Germany, 1918/19 Gleb J. Albert | 181 ‘Moral Power’ and Cultural Revolution Räte geistiger Arbeiter in Central Europe, 1918/19 Ian Grimmer | 205 Simultaneity of the Un-simultaneous German Social Revolution and Polish National Revolution in the Prussian East, 1918

und charismatische Institution im frühen Sowjetstaat, in: Jahrbuch für Historische Kommunismusforschung (2013), 17–38; ‘German October is Ap- proaching’. Internationalism, Activists, and the Soviet State in 1923, in: Revolu- tionary Russia (2011/2), 111-142. Stefan Berger, Professor of Social History and the History of Social Movements at Ruhr-University Bochum, Director of the Institute of Social Movements and Executive Chair of the Foundation Library of the Ruhr. Among his most recent publications are: with Christoph Conrad, The Past as History. National

that soon transformed into unconditional capitulation. Looking back on these events, their experiences became over laden by a memory tainted by the shock of defeat, and for them, this defeat and the revolution became inextricably linked.40 These hopes burned brightly among supporters of the revolution, and histori- ans have sometimes underestimated their driving force for energizing social movements. Moreover, the power of the imaginary, of hope or of anxiety, was also significantly manifest in the perceptions in other countries in Europe and overseas as

(1978): City, Class and Power. London. Castells, Manuel (1983): The City and the Grassroots. A Cross-Cultural Theory of Urban Social Movements. London. Casula, Carlo Felice (Hg.) (1999): L’Italia dopo la grande trasformazione. Trent’anni di analisi CENSIS 1966-1996. Rom. Catanzaro, Raimondo/Luigi Manconi (Hg.) (1995): Storie di Lotta Armata. Bologna. Cazzullo, Aldo (1998): I ragazzi che volevano fare la rivoluzione. 1968-1978 storia di Lotta Continua. Mailand. Centro ricerche politiche economiche e sociali Agostino Novella (CRIPES) (Hg.) (1990

War, the students’ attack on Springer was the first public split in the anticommunist consensus of the Adenauer years and paved the way for Willy Brandt and the implementation of Ostpolitik.« Ebd. 56 | Ebd., S. 321. 57 | Zit. n. I. Gilcher­Holtey: »Mai 68 in Frankreich«, in: dies. (Hg.), 1968 – Vom Ereig­ nis (2008), S. 16. Original: Neidhardt, Friedhelm / Rucht, Dieter: »The Analysis of Social Movements: The State of the Ar t and Some Perspectives for Fur ther Research«, in: Die­ ter Rucht (Hg.), Research on Social Movements: The State of the Ar t in Western

-Begriffs vgl. Sid- ney Tarrow (2011): Power in Movement. Social Movements and Contentious Politics. 3. Aufl. Cambridge u.a., S. 195-214. 7 Giovanni Moro spricht von ‚Pathologien der Erinnerung‘ im Hinblick auf die 1970er Jahre, vgl. Giovanni Moro (2007): Anni Settanta. Turin, S. 11-24. 8 Tolomelli (2009), S. 431. 9 Friedhelm Neidhardt und Dieter Rucht definieren ‚soziale Bewegung‘ als „[…] an orga- nized and sustained effort of a collectivity of inter-related individuals, groups and organi- zations to promote or to resist social change with the use of public protest

’ was indeed one reason why there was such a powerful urge of a return to ‘normality’ and an unwillingness to consider a more substantial reform of di- verse sectors of society. The revolution had unleashed a new liberal regime with unprecedented lack of censorship and freedom of speech. This gave space for new social movements, including the homosexual emancipation movement. The revolution thus was also a movement of citizens and a moment for citizens in which they could feel both a new sense of empowerment and a sense of disillu- sionment with high hopes