government and opposition 1871-1888 - Coggle Diagram
government and opposition 1871-1888
The political parties
represented german catholics who where particularly prevalent in the south of germany such as in bavari.it was determined to retain the position of the catholic church
was opposed to bismark
was conservative in regard to the constitution as they favoured decentralisation
formed in 1967 to support bismarck's policy of unification.
it was supported by well educated men protestants such as bankers and merchants.
it became increasingly conservative during the rise of socialism .
favoured a strong centralized germany and a liberal constitutional state.
adopted the dkp name in 1876
represented the protestant prussian junker landowners and was the most right wing of the political groups.was dominant in the prussian landtag government under the three stage system.
detested the reichstag as it was democratic
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