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Mein Kampf - Volume 2: Chapter 8, The Strong Man is Mightiest Alone Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 8, The Strong Man is Mightiest Alone Summary and Analysis

There is a federation of working folkish groups. These groups elect a common leadership and work on common actions. This is how parties are founded. The movement then has a right of priority which allows them to function with coordination to solve their common problems. The ones who make the party a success are the ones who are willing to sacrifice for it. The German Socialist Party forms at the same time as the National Socialist German Workers Party.

Hitler finds that many of his party's programs are being copied and adopted by others. Weak organizations cannot be made strong. Strong organizations, according to Hitler, usually cannot be weakened. Just because work groups unite in a federation, it does not necessarily mean that they will become strong...

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