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This essay explains why Nazi Germany was a socialist state, not a capitalist one. And why Socialism, understood as an economic system based on government ownership of the means of production, requires either fraud or armed robbery in order to achieve power, and then the establishment of a totalitarian dictatorship in order to remain in power. Social Democrats do not have tThis essay explains why Nazi Germany was a socialist state, not a capitalist one. And why Socialism, understood as an economic system based on government ownership of the means of production, requires either fraud or armed robbery in order to achieve power, and then the establishment of a totalitarian dictatorship in order to remain in power. Social Democrats do not have the stomach for armed robbery and the mass murder it entails, and thus do not establish socialism but merely a more hampered market economy. It takes the Communists to openly establish socialism....

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  • Peter Jaimez
    2018-12-10 08:51

    READ THIS!!!I can attest that this short essay is one hundred percent right.I live in an on going experiment in Venezuela, they are trying socialism (again, people never learn) we have shortages of every thing from life saving medicines to toilet paper. The people in government, mostly exmilitary, calls every one who doesn't agree with them "fascists".What defenders of free enterprise lack is an understanding of how well socialism works for those in power, and how important is the influence of ENVY in the real world.Pay attention, before is too latePeterSo I can attest that this small essay is right, correct, accurate.What every defender of a free economy lacks is an understanding of how well this system works for those in power, the o

  • Gustavo H.R. Costa
    2018-12-09 15:38

    Excellent summaryIt makes it very easy to understand the plague of socialism, a major threat to humanity today!Recommended to all those in search for quick references and arguments to speak up against it.

  • JJ
    2018-11-14 08:45

    Professor George Reisman originally delivered “Why Nazism was Socialism and Why Socialism is Totalitarian as a lecture at the Ludwig von Mises Institute’s “The Economics of Fascism, Supporters Summit 2005.” The purpose of Professor Reisman’s essay is to show why Nazi Germany was a socialist state, not a capitalist one. And to show why socialism, understood as an economic system based on government ownership of the means of production, requires a totalitarian dictatorship in order to remain in power. A short and precise read on the failures of socialism. I recommend this book to any lover of Austrian Economics and it’s two champions: Ludwig von Mises and Murray Rothbard. This short 17 page book/essay will take you less than an hour to read and can be found as an e-book on amazon for $0.99 cents.

  • Alex Koch
    2018-11-29 09:26

    The Truth HurtsDemocrats aka socialists should not read this book. Why? You are going to find out what you are ... As the saying goes: the Truth hurts. Hitler's party was the, National Socialist German Workers’ Party— On the other hand, if you love freedom you will enjoy this book.Yours in Christ,Alex

  • Ioannis Neris
    2018-12-01 09:38

    So and soclassic talk about individual liberty and freedom with the usual stereotypical arguments for individualism. Good analysis about the economic system of nazi Germany but nevertheless the book in total was reproducing well know ideas and bringing nothing new in the table.

  • Michael Mechsner
    2018-12-02 11:31

    Brief and to the point.This is of course, a brief essay on the basic characteristics of a socialist system. Which was the basis of the NAZI regime in Germany during the 1930's.