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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I am currently about 2/3 of the way through the book and find it fascinating reading. Though I am a fan of Romanticism (at least the literary movement) I cannot help but be intrigued by the argument ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jonathan Bolton - Goodreads

This is philosophy and history at its best--intellectual history that I have never seen equaled. This demonstrates--in precise, gripping, penetrating, inspiring prose--how philosophy is the cause ... Read full review

Contents

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

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