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The Politics of Boycotting: Experiences in Germany and the United States Since 1880

Koch, R.; Finzsch, N.; Schirmer, D.

; Racism, nationalism, nativism and xenophobia in Germany and the United States: a comparative perspective on the conditions of intolerance; Washington; DC, 1994; Jun, 0, 209-250 -- Washington, D.C.; German Historical Institute; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1998 (pages 209-250)

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A Horse Breeder's Perspective: Scientific Racism in Germany, 1870-1933

Kruger, A.; Finzsch, N.; Schirmer, D.

; Racism, nationalism, nativism and xenophobia in Germany and the United States: a comparative perspective on the conditions of intolerance; Washington; DC, 1994; Jun, 0, 371-396 -- Washington, D.C.; German Historical Institute; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1998 (pages 371-396)

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Citizenship Embodied: Racialized Gender and the Construction of Nationhood in the United States

Boris, E.; Finzsch, N.; Schirmer, D.

; Racism, nationalism, nativism and xenophobia in Germany and the United States: a comparative perspective on the conditions of intolerance; Washington; DC, 1994; Jun, 0, 313-370 -- Washington, D.C.; German Historical Institute; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1998 (pages 313-370)

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The Thin Line Between Eugenics and Preventive Medicine

Weingart, P.; Finzsch, N.; Schirmer, D.

; Racism, nationalism, nativism and xenophobia in Germany and the United States: a comparative perspective on the conditions of intolerance; Washington; DC, 1994; Jun, 0, 397-412 -- Washington, D.C.; German Historical Institute; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1998 (pages 397-412)

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Ambiguous Roles: The Racial Factor in American Womanhood

Horton, L. E.; Finzsch, N.; Schirmer, D.

; Racism, nationalism, nativism and xenophobia in Germany and the United States: a comparative perspective on the conditions of intolerance; Washington; DC, 1994; Jun, 0, 295-312 -- Washington, D.C.; German Historical Institute; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1998 (pages 295-312)

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The Discoursive Construction of National Stereotypes: Collective Imagination and Racist Concepts in Germany Before World War I

Gerhard, U.; Finzsch, N.; Schirmer, D.

; Racism, nationalism, nativism and xenophobia in Germany and the United States: a comparative perspective on the conditions of intolerance; Washington; DC, 1994; Jun, 0, 71-96 -- Washington, D.C.; German Historical Institute; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1998 (pages 71-96)

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Integration and Fragmentation Discourses: Demanding and Supplying "Identity" in Diverse Societies

Schirmer, D.; Finzsch, N.; Schirmer, D.

; Racism, nationalism, nativism and xenophobia in Germany and the United States: a comparative perspective on the conditions of intolerance; Washington; DC, 1994; Jun, 0, 97-136 -- Washington, D.C.; German Historical Institute; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1998 (pages 97-136)

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Police, African Americans, and Irish Immigrants in the Nation's Capital: A History of Everyday Racism in Civil War Washington

Finzsch, N.; Finzsch, N.; Schirmer, D.

; Racism, nationalism, nativism and xenophobia in Germany and the United States: a comparative perspective on the conditions of intolerance; Washington; DC, 1994; Jun, 0, 175-208 -- Washington, D.C.; German Historical Institute; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1998 (pages 175-208)

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Body Matters: Race, Gender, and Perceptions of Physical Ability from Goethe to Weininger

Vertinsky, P.; Finzsch, N.; Schirmer, D.

; Racism, nationalism, nativism and xenophobia in Germany and the United States: a comparative perspective on the conditions of intolerance; Washington; DC, 1994; Jun, 0, 331-370 -- Washington, D.C.; German Historical Institute; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1998 (pages 331-370)

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National Identity and the Conditions of Tolerance

Degler, C. N.; Finzsch, N.; Schirmer, D.

; Racism, nationalism, nativism and xenophobia in Germany and the United States: a comparative perspective on the conditions of intolerance; Washington; DC, 1994; Jun, 0, 3-20 -- Washington, D.C.; German Historical Institute; Cambridge; Cambridge University Press; 1998 (pages 3-20)

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