Who Goes Nazi?

I read this article sometime ago. I got the sense that people weren’t as fascinated with the historic conditions of Nazism in 2008 and before. There was Goldberg’s Liberal Fascism, and that seemed like a tipping point. That was published sometime in January of 2008. I got the feeling, however, that before 2008 and the Rise of the Obamanation, people just didn’t take Fascism seriously. They connected it to the Bush charges, meaning they thought it a fallacious and ridiculous charge fit for ideological fanatics alone.

Things must have seriously changed in 2 years in people’s perspectives. For this is now very popular.

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