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- We should not, however, fall into the common error of imputing a false parallelism between the two great warrior ideologies.
- Nazism, for all its revolutionary jargon, represented in its essence a reaction against the nine-teenth-century faith in human progress. It was an attempt to seize history by the collar and frog-march it in a direction determined primaly by the selfish interests and obsessive beliefs of those in power. From the outset it wan an anti-intellectual movement, offering its adherents the spurious solidarity of the street gang and the prospecive enjoyment of stolen booty.
- University of Chicago Department of History page on Wasserstein
- University of Chicago News profile of Wasserstein