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The Greatest Spenglerian by Michael Walsh

The record of those 50,000 books on Hitler plainly shows that he was infinitely more than the run-of-the-mill politician. He was, first a philosopher. However, being a man of action he knew that thoughts and words are useless without the ability to act. He was acting in a way that few people could even understand until he was cut down and destroyed by those who should have been his allies. His was the greatest tragedy of history, surely. Tragic not only for that misunderstood man who tried to save us from our own stupidity but mostly for us, as we experience what gives every evidence of being the final days of the West. Will a new leader arise in time to save us? – The American Mercury. Summer 1978.

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