Part 1. The Berlin Antisemitism Dispute
1. Liberals, Antisemites, and "Educated Men"
2. Jew-hatred and Nationality
3. German-Jewish "Mixed Culture"
4. State, Nation, Race, Religion
5. Emancipation, Assimilation, and the Concept of Rights
6. The Riddle of Treitschke's Intentions
7. Dissent and Consensus in the Berlin Antisemitism Dispute
Part 2. The State, the Nation, and the Jews
9. Liberalism and National Liberalism
10. Nationalism and the Reich of 1871
Conclusion: Antisemitism and the Limits of Liberal Society
1. Heinrich von Treitschke's "Our Prospects" (1879)
2. Moritz Lazarus's "What Does National Mean? A Lecture" (1880)
3. Open Letter on the Jews by Löb Baruch (Dr. Ludwig Börne) to the Member of the German Reichstag and Heidelberg Professor Dr. Heinrich Gotthard von Treitschke (Berlin, 1880)
4. The Berlin Antisemitism Dispute in the Literature