Evans, M. Stanton
August 1970
National Review Bulletin;8/18/1970, Vol. 22 Issue 32, p126
This article comments on an alleged quotation from Adolf Hitler which had been used to discredit those who call for law and order in the U.S. society. The quotation that Hitler allegedly said in 1932 is presented. Researcher John Lofton had pointed out the fraudulent nature of the statement. It had been revealed that insistence on law and order is not a trait of a Nazi or a fascist.


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