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Julius Froebel (1805–1893)

Froebel, Julius (frė’bel). A German journalist, political and descriptive writer, and publicist; born in Griesheim, near Stadtilm, July 16, 1805; died in Zürich, Switzerland, Nov. 6, 1893. He was active in the popular movements preceding and during 1848. He wrote: ‘The Republicans,’ a political drama; ‘Theory of Politics’ (1861–64); ‘America: Experiences, Studies, and Travels’ (1857–58), the latter work the fruit of much personal observation and a residence there of nine years; and ‘A System of Social Politics’ (2d ed. 1847).