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The Nazi Hydra in America: Suppressed History of a Century Paperback – November 17, 2008
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This is a valuable history of the relationship between big business in the United States and European fascism, before, during, and after the second World War. The story is shocking and sobering and deserves to be widely read. -- Howard Zinn "Author of "People's History of the United States""
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Because so much of this material is new to me, I constantly checked Yeadon's information online--and he was always backed up by many sources. What he has to say is so important, especially at this point in our history, and especially in this election year. But I feel strongly that his mastery of the material does not lead to a reader's mastery of the material. Yeadon's story is very complex, full of details and more characters than a proverbial Russian novel. As someone new to this material, I had to make an effort to stick with it. I want this book to be more widely read, this information more widely disseminated, but think this will only happen if the material is reworked. Try not to let this deter you from this important book.
[The book needs some serious attention by a copy editor.]
The obvious political position of the authors is that Communists are harmless, leftists are good, and anyone to the right of FDR is a fascist. In some segments, the material is simply opinion stated as fact. If the facts involve liberal politicians, the details are skipped over with no examination or rationalized excuses and no attempt is made to dig into potentially damaging material.
I would still buy this book, but I confess that I felt let down by the tendency of the authors to let this degenerate into a partisan hit-piece rather than following the facts where ever they led. The material facts are disturbing but the investigation needed to be carried further without partisan bias.
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