Jason Stanley

Professor of philosophy at Yale University and author of the upcoming book “How Fascism works”

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Adolf Hitler admired Jim Crow laws, segregation and other historic departures from America’s highest ideals. That’s detailed in, “How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us Against Them.”

Fascism in Trump’s America

Adolf Hitler admired Jim Crow laws, segregation and other historic departures from America’s highest ideals. That’s detailed in, “How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us Against Them.”

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