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Exclusion was not based on ethnic or cultural considerations, however, but rather was guided by simple economics and occasioned by greater freedom of mobility. Indeed, foreigners from other German states had to meet the same minimum criteria as non-Germans for naturalization. 14 The liberal nationalist revolutions of 1848 challenged the Prussian model. Indeed, the revolutionary ideas that swept through Europe in 1848 had a disproportionate impact on the conception of German citizenship, given the short duration of the liberals’ victory.
The law went into effect on January 1, 1898. See Maendl, Das deutsche Auswanderungsgesetz, 6n3, for Reichstag sessions and Anlagen citations. 34. For the Colonial Society, see Die Deutsche Kolonialgesellschaft, 1882–1907 (Berlin, 1908), 75, and for the Pan-Germans, see “Auswanderung und Erwerb und Verlust der Reichs- und Staatsangehörigkeit” in Zwanzig Jahre Alldeutsche Kämpfe und Arbeit (Leipzig, 1910). Both organizations printed dozens of articles in their newspapers as well. The Foreign Of‹ce of‹cially took over the operation of the DKG’s information of‹ces, which urged prospective emigrants to seek their new home in areas other than the United States.
Das Reichs-und Staatsangehörigkeitsgesetz vom 22. Juni 1913,” in Nation und Gesellschaft in Deutschland, ed. Manfred Hettling and Paul Nolte (Munich, 1996), 131–33. 15. Fahrmeir, “Citizenship Laws,” 723, argues that the rule of descent was not even proposed. , 2002). 16. The exclusion of foreigners from these fundamental guarantees separated German fundamental rights from the tradition of universal human rights. Gosewinkel, Die Staatsangehörigkeit, 362. 17. Brubaker, Citizenship, 123. Ethnocultural is the term he uses to describe his model of German citizenship.
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