The ominous parallels: the end of freedom in America

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Stein and Day/Publishers, 1982 - History - 383 pages
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Identifies the roots of Nazism in the philosophical ideas of the worship of unreason, demand for self-sacrifice, and elevation of society over the individual, and argues that these ideas are present in America today

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User Review  - Cuneyt - Goodreads

Good historical analysis of Germany before and during Hitler era, comparisons with the USA philosophical and at the ideological level less practical snlysis but still easy to follow and well written. Read full review

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User Review  - Don - Goodreads

A timely warning when it was written, and even more so now. The take home lesson is that the fear of the United States becoming a communist state is overblown. The real problem, lies in creeping ... Read full review

Contents

The Cause of Nazism
3
The Totalitarian Universe
17
Hitlers War Against Reason
39
Copyright

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