Creeping Fascism: History's Lessons

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In the 1930s, young German lawyer/writer Sebastian Haffner chronicled the acquiescence of his country's liberal politicians to Adolf Hitler's rise, including new laws that allowed spying on Germans in the name of security. On the 100th anniversary of Haffner's birth, former CIA analyst Ray McGovern sees troubling parallels to today.

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I wrote an oped about Ron Paul being the ONLY cand... by Bill Douglas on Thursday, Dec 27, 2007 at 4:27:52 PM
it's the classical definition, and Paul made t... by Laudyms on Thursday, Dec 27, 2007 at 5:35:34 PM