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From ‘BusHitler’ to Trump: The Nazi Card is a Lib Journalist Specialty

Posted on 09 March 2016

People of all political stripes are from time to time guilty of playing the Hitler card in their criticism of those across the aisle. But liberals get far more of a pass when comparing their opponents to one of probably the three most evil men of the 20th century (Stalin and Mao being the other two).  

A popular target for Hitler comparisons lately is Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump. Slate magazine’s Isaac Chotiner interviewed Robert Paxton, an author on the history of fascism about “the ways in which Trump is and is not a fascist.” 

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From ‘BusHitler’ to Trump: The Nazi Card is a Lib Journalist Specialty

Posted on 09 March 2016

People of all political stripes are from time to time guilty of playing the Hitler card in their criticism of those across the aisle. But liberals get far more of a pass when comparing their opponents to one of probably the three most evil men of the 20th century (Stalin and Mao being the other two).  

A popular target for Hitler comparisons lately is Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump. Slate magazine’s Isaac Chotiner interviewed Robert Paxton, an author on the history of fascism about “the ways in which Trump is and is not a fascist.” 

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From ‘BusHitler’ to Trump: The Nazi Card is a Lib Journalist Specialty

Posted on 09 March 2016

People of all political stripes are from time to time guilty of playing the Hitler card in their criticism of those across the aisle. But liberals get far more of a pass when comparing their opponents to one of probably the three most evil men of the 20th century (Stalin and Mao being the other two).  

A popular target for Hitler comparisons lately is Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump. Slate magazine’s Isaac Chotiner interviewed Robert Paxton, an author on the history of fascism about “the ways in which Trump is and is not a fascist.”