Quotations – Democracy bad for Germany

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“…The Reichstag of late has become a laughing-stock by reason of its impotence, and a change could not fail to come. There is therefore justification for Hitler’s overbearing attitude in the fact that there must be a Government, whereas democracy seems unable to provide one. The experiment has worked well in Italy. A few people may have been harshly dealt with, but the nation as a whole has substantially benefited, and the good of the many must take precedence of the convenience of the few.”
‘Hitlerism Omnipotent,’
The Aberdeen Press and Journal,
23 February 1933, p. 6.

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