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Mein Kampf - Volume 1: Chapter 11, Nation and Race Summary & Analysis

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Volume 1: Chapter 11, Nation and Race Summary and Analysis

Hitler views the racial issue in terms of two people of different levels producing offspring that fall in between the high and the low of the two parents. Thus the offspring tend to bring down the higher level. The stronger level does not dominate and therefore the stronger must not be allowed to mate with the weaker. Racial mixing results in two things: a lowering of the higher level and deterioration in the physical and intellectual strength. He claims that all of mankind can be divided into three groups: the founders, bearers and the destroyers of culture. The Aryans are considered to be the founders of culture. The basis of culture is determined by the traits of the people. A race is culture-bearing if it assimilates the cultures of foreigners and then goes...

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