Summary of Bismarck’s domestic policy in Germany, 1871-90


(a) Collusion with the National Liberal Party



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(a) Collusion with the National Liberal Party:
*In some ways, the National Liberals were natural allies for Bismarck as they were impressed by his uniting of the German states and wholeheartedly threw themselves behind early proposed legislation which, thanks to their backing in parliament (they had 125 deputies in 1871; and 155 by 1874), was passed and included:

-the creation of a single Reich currency; -a Reichsbank; the abolition of all internal Reich tariffs; and the standardisation of many legal codes and systems of weights and measures etc.



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