Features of formation and recreation of bourgeoisie in Western Europe countries


The article gives analysis of the formation and reproduction of the bourgeoisie in most Western European countries. It was found that closer integration of the bourgeoisie with large landowners in the UK and France contributed to the spread of bourgeois values among the ruling elite and further liberalization of these societies. Instead, lack of integration with traditional bourgeois aristocratic circles in Germany only the ruling elite of political power led to the landed class (Juncker), which later became one of the reasons for the formation of the Nazi totalitarian society.

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