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This 1933 article by the political philosophy professor Max Ascoli (1898 - 1978) was quite probably written in response to a column that appeared in the May 11 issue of the Nazi newspaper, Völkischer Beobachter. The author embraced FDR's style of governance - believing him to be one of their own:

"What has transpired in the United States since President Roosevelt's inauguration is a clear signal of the start of a new era in the United States as well...[Roosevelt], too demands that collective good be put before individual self-interest. Many passages in his book [Looking Forward (1934)] could have been written by a National Socialist."

As the years unfolded, the Fascists of Europe would continue to write similar columns - but our article posted on the right argued that FDR was not a fascist.

A similar article can be read here...

- from Amazon:
Three New Deals: Reflections on Roosevelt's America,
Mussolini's Italy, and Hitler's Germany, 1933-1939

     



The New Deal Was Not Fascist  (The Atlantic Monthly, 1933)

The New Deal Was Not Fascist  (The Atlantic Monthly, 1933)

The New Deal Was Not Fascist  (The Atlantic Monthly, 1933)

The New Deal Was Not Fascist  (The Atlantic Monthly, 1933)

The New Deal Was Not Fascist  (The Atlantic Monthly, 1933)

The New Deal Was Not Fascist  (The Atlantic Monthly, 1933)

The New Deal Was Not Fascist  (The Atlantic Monthly, 1933)

The New Deal Was Not Fascist  (The Atlantic Monthly, 1933)

The New Deal Was Not Fascist  (The Atlantic Monthly, 1933)

The New Deal Was Not Fascist  (The Atlantic Monthly, 1933)

The New Deal Was Not Fascist  (The Atlantic Monthly, 1933)

The New Deal Was Not Fascist  (The Atlantic Monthly, 1933)

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