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    Well worth the time to read and digest.

    Excellent synopsis of the history of fascism. As the previous reviewer wrote - "We have been warned."
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    Good read

    Well written and realistic...we have been warned .
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    Quite the Read

    Just as the title implies, this book srves as a wakeup call to lawmakers, politicians, our insritutions, and our sense of pride to look and to delve deep within us and spur change for rhe preservation of our fragile democracy and institutions. Albright herself having experienced fascism at a young age, chronicles fascism's roots, beginning with Hitler and Mussolini and chronicles every egomaniacal leaders of our modern times , from Hungary's Oban, Russia's Putin, Kim Jong of N. Korea all the way to America's own Donald Trump. While it may cause some people to question why Trump is included in the mix with tyrannical and obsessive leaders, it is to illustrate just how pervasive and persuasive Trumpism has become not just in his attacking and alarming pragmatists & innovators, but to showcase how a man like him, through his 'praise' of these strongmen and his villification of the allied countries, Can not only be a threat in usurping progress but also be seen as an encouragement to those very oppressive leaders themselves. This book should serve as a reminder of ghe fragility of our democracy, so easily couched ad camouflage by rhe exploitarion of the most basic and demeaning traits of human nature. Wel written, balanced, and quite the read. Bravo to Miss Albright for telling it like it is.
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    Fasism. A lesson for us all now.

    A wonderful and wonderfully written book. This should be mandatory reading for every high school student and anyone considering politics as a career. I found it fascinating to have all these dictators in one book because despite the generations, the countries, the languages and cultures, they all worked from the same playbook. It is as if they had the same coputer chip installed at birth. Thanks so much.
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