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Is Germany in danger of repeating its Nazi past?
Having only a hazy idea of what, exactly, fascism consists of makes it hard to explain why fascist rhetoric needs to be excluded from public discourse.
Out of the ruins of war, Walter Gropius made a vital political community.
What Saddam Hussein’s romance novels and Kim Jong-il’s film criticism reveal about authoritarianism.
On the left and the right, commentators are playing fast and loose with references to totalitarianism.
The president is taking conservative media to its evolutionary endpoint. Is there any way to stop him?
The perils of comparing Trump to twentieth-century dictators.
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Many mental health professionals believe the president is ill. But what if the cause is an untreated STD?
The top adviser is providing a coherent political philosophy for the president's scattered ideas.
Hatred often hides behind a mask of jokiness.
The paranoid style in American politics has its roots in a deep insecurity.
A history professor explores the ways Nazi symbols and rituals influenced Christmas celebrations in the Third Reich.
Spotify’s secret social network
And tried to stop him before it was too late