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Mein Kampf - Volume 2: Chapter 12, The Trade-Union Question Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 12, The Trade-Union Question Summary and Analysis

Hitler's organization experiences rapid growth by 1922 and they have to look at objections to workers being with them because their occupations and economic situations are in the hands of their enemies. The workers have to belong to labor unions in order to hold jobs. Among the issues they have to address are the viability of trade unions; should the party engage in union activities; what should be the task and goals of a National Socialist trade union if they decide to form one; and how should they form the unions.

As far as trade unions go, Hitler feels they cannot be done away with and because of their importance, they have to be an area the National Socialist Party is interested in. He knows once they are in control they cannot just do...

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