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"It was the prevalence of socialist views and not Prussianism that Germany had in common with Italy and Russia - and it was from the masses and not from the classes steeped in the Prussian tradition, and favored by it, that National Socialism arose." Introduction, p. 9

"The coming of socialism was to be the leap from the realm of necessity to the realm of freedom." Chapter 2, p. 25

"The question was not longer one of making competition work and of supplementing it but of displacing it altogether." Chapter 3, p. 40

"The belief is becoming more and more widespread that, if things are to get done, the responsible authorities must be freed from the fetters of democratic procedure." Chapter 5, p. 67

"A particular enactment can thus infringe the Rule of Law. Anyone ready to deny this would have to content that whether the Rule of Law prevails today in Germany, Italy, or...

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