Mein Kampf (My Struggle)
by Adolph Hitler
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magnum opus is as unread as it is infamous. While billions of words have been spilled on
the subject of Hitler and his intentions, few have ever bothered to read the words of the man
The shrill consistency of the winners who wrote history is evidence of hegemonic conditioning.
That consistency is only matched by the consistency of Hitler himself. Over the following two
decades, his actions remained true to the words written circa 192426. To understand whether
Hitler was a demon, a hero, or something else altogether, it is necessary to compare his actions to
the words written in this book.
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