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Review: Modern Tyrants: The Power and Prevalence of Evil in Our AgeUser Review - Nick de meersman - Goodreads
A good book that gives some excellent historical analsysis of several of the without doubt nastiest regimes of the 20th century. His focus on intellectual tradtions and identification of general ... Read full review
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