THE NAZI STATE by William Ebenstein


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For students of government, political theory, etc. this is a good resum‚ of the theory and practice of Fascism, a basic boom for background and reference, in which a professor delineates ""the main forces, institutional and ideological, in the Nazi system"" -- and shows how the system is neither the product of a few men, nor of this time, but embedded in their civilization. He uses German sources for the articles, tenets, and enactment of the Nazi r‚gime; fundamentals of politics, the government structure, the party, legislation and justice, propaganda, the control of culture, education and religion, the new economy of permanent war, foreign policy, etc. Important public library item.

Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart