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Mein Kampf - Volume 2: Chapter 11, Propaganda and Organization Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 11, Propaganda and Organization Summary and Analysis

When Hitler joins the German Workers' Party, he heads the propaganda department. To him, this is the most important department in the party. He feels it more important to spread the message than to handle administrative duties. He believes that some men are born leaders and that a good leader is not made by someone having a wealth of theoretical knowledge. These people make good organizers.

Hitler feels that every movement has to divide its people into supporters and members. Supporters are attracted by propaganda. The organization itself wins the members. The difference between a supporter and a member is that a supporter claims to agree with the goals of the organization while a member fights for the goals. Obviously, members have a more active role than supporters do.

The use of propaganda...

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