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The Weimar republic from 1919 to 1929 had many successes and failures starting in chaos and ending in relative stability However due to individual perspective these successes and failures were often viewed as both successes and failures- not either Class political leanings and other moralistic beliefs primarily influenced the individuals perspectives Overall due to the relative stability the aim of any government primarily achieved by Stresemans influence the successes outweighed the failures by 1929 November 1918 saw the result of WW1 though Germanys eyes A crumbled economy revolution and counter-revolution the flailing of a government and an angered mass population- searching for scapegoat in which to blame their discontent Elections were held and on the 9th of November 1918 the old order of a monarchist government was replaced with a democracy- the Weimar republic The nature of right wing groups being more conservative and traditional resented this democracy right from the start as it was new and different to the old order The left wing groups nature being more radical generally supported the democracy The extreme left however also resented the republic as it was seen to be weak in their policies Therefore the more extreme the political view of the individual the more of a failure the Weimar republic seemed to the individual overall Also classes in society generally fell into different political beliefs In this statement lies that the creation of the Weimar republic itself was cause for success and failure depending on individual perspective Specific examples of successes and failures can be obtained from the creation of the republic and constitution The introduction of basic freedoms which were guaranteed to all enabled a political and societal freedom thus benefit to each class party and individual This was viewed as a success by lower classes mainly left wing as it benefited them more equality which is a socialist principle in which most stood for The dispute however was that it was
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