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Nearly 70 years after Adolf Hitler's death, Germans are debating whether to continue restrictions on "Mein Kampf", a work some consider to be one of the most dangerous books in the world. Copyright on Hitler's autobiographic manifesto expires next year, making way for new editions to be reprinted and sold. Some fear the text would fuel more anti-Semitism and Nazi ideology in the country.
In this episode of The Stream, we speak with:
Author, “How to Read Hitler”
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