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Mein Kampf - Volume 2: Chapter 2, The State Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 2, The State Summary and Analysis

It is pointed out to Hitler that his movement's attitude toward the state is negative in 1919-1920. The whole mechanism that exists in any society is geared toward the preservation of the state. Hitler says there are three different conceptions of the state. One conception views the state as existing for a grouping of people, whether it is voluntary or not. There is a veneration of state authority and men exist to serve the state, instead of the other way around. The purpose of the state in this situation is to maintain peace and order. The second conception involves the attaching of some conditions to the existence of the state. It must provide for uniformity in administration and language and must provide for the general welfare of the people. The third conception of the state...

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