Fascism: A Warning - Madeleine Albright

Fascism: A Warning

By Madeleine Albright

  • Release Date: 2018-04-10
  • Genre: Politics & Current Events
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3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 31 Ratings)

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  • *Sigh* 🙄

    1
    By Hopeful contestant.
    This author is so left-biased she sees Donald J Trump is fascist like ways, and some of that understandably, but is blind to how fascist people like Bernie Sanders are. She values democracy above all else, but fails to recognize how easily, when left to the 51% can oppress the 49%. She doesn’t understand the place of the constitution, which is there to protect the people from fascism. She fails to see the role of small government in the place of preventing fascism, when in reality, that is the most decisive factor. She doesn’t even mention how necessary gun rights are do the defense of democracy and freedom.
  • Fascism?

    1
    By DrMcDougall
    A book on fascism by the woman who told women that they would go to hell if they didn't vote for Hillary - sounds fascist to me... I stopped reading after the first couple chapters...
  • Warning from a wisdom

    5
    By Omurcinar
    A sound, carefully written, cautious warning that every citizen of the World should read and think about it. Many take democracy granted and never think the darkness of fascism could infiltrate into the depths of civil society. In her book, Secretary Albright cautions us that this naive conformism might be dangerous for the future of democracy, even in the US. On the other side, although Secretary Albright briefly mentions the historical guilt and responsibilities of American society and politics and their historical connection with fascism, there is a wide room to discuss historical details of the responsibility of colonialism and the US on both promoting democracy and fascism around the world and in the US. I think that would help us to understand better the dynamics behind the election of Donald Trump and its impact to the future of democracy.
  • Fascism - A Warning

    5
    By Lbdina
    As someone who has suffered under Fascism herself, and as a longtime, high level diplomat and Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright is in a position to speak authoritatively on the subject of Fascism. It is well written, compelling, and right on target. The world is at a potentially dangerous crossroads and the direction looks darker than it has in recent memory. This book is a warning, as the title clearly states. We must be vigilant and work together to preserve the democracy we hold so dear. Fascism - A Warning is an important book and well worth reading.
  • Well Done.

    5
    By Rolex 2018
    This book is a fascinating piece of truth that we all should read in order to know the terrain of the 21st century. Though we wish, life in this age would be as simple as the a scene from a sci-fi world where we moved beyond economics, defeated poverty and restored order to all nations of the land, we see the ripple of fascism resting its ugly head even as I write this. We see governments attacking freedom of speech, war against the media and subjugate one group of people to overtly and covertly attack another group of people. The recreation of hysteria about foreigners (from the tyrants of the 40’s) being used in modern times to support the tyrants of this era. This book touched up on many point. I hope you will enjoy this book as much as I have.
  • She misses the point

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    By Docpresley
    As I read through these pages I become increasing alarmed at Ms Albright’s inability to see the secular left’s murder of the most people in modern history as the greatest ideological blemish on humanity. In part this book tends to remind me of someone warning about the dangers of Fascism right before Stalin or Mao began murdering their own people. The way the secular left is calling political opposition hate speech is strikingly similar to the first stages of labeling Jews as enemies of the state. Ms Albright inability to see who historically caused the greatest amount of human carnage and suffering is perhaps due to the fact she been partially seduced by its empty promises. To bad I had always respected her.
  • Garbage

    1
    By Dallomp
    Obama was the problem!
  • Fascism: A Warning

    3
    By Granja55
    Arrrrrggghhhh!!! I want the Audiobook for my iPhone!😉

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