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  • A Very relevant and timely book

    There is a saying that we do not learn from history, and the events of the last couple of years certainly proves it. Also, those who do not learn from their mistakes are condemned to relive them. This book highlights the mistakes of the past and shows us how we can learn from them and how those who have not learnt are committed to reenacting them. It is a timely warning. When a young man from the Netherlands states that the horrors of the Nazi era is just "Hollywood drama " we need to be very concerned for our future. The lines drawn between the current dictators of the world and how they feed of each others actions is something we need to not just watch but take action against.

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  • Excellent

    I found this book very enlightening and thought provoking; and the possibilities of a fascist future very concerning. The authors words need to be heeded very broadly!

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  • What We Need to Know

    Along with Henry Kissinger, one of the most subtle and perceptive diplomats from Luce's American Century. Fascism passes in XXth century bloodletting as a terrible but temporary phenomenon. It wasn't. It's back, and the vast majority of younger people today have no idea of what went before, who is bringing it back today, or how they are doing it. For Kissinger, and also Albright, fascism is not just history. They actually lived it and recognize the signs. Albright reviews the coming to power of Chavez, Putin, Dutertre, Erdogan, Orban and guess who? She highlights the methods so that we can recognize them, and offers suggestions on what to do to defend democracy. All in all, an excellent book, extremely relevant to us all in determining how we live today and shall live tomorrow. Younger generations must stop thinking of fascism as ancient history irrelevant to them.

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  • Blatant

    A thinly veiled attempt at slander and socialist propaganda.

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