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Seventy-three years ago, The New York Times asked the sitting vice president to write an article about whether there are fascists in America, and what they’re up to.

"American Fascism, in 1944 and Today" is from the May 11, 2017 Opinion section of The New York Times. It was written by Henry Scott Wallace and narrated by Mike DelGaudio.

©2017 The New York Times News Service Division of The New York Times Company (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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  • Jim
  • Holland, TX, United States
  • 08-07-18

Screwiness Skips a Generation

Are you kidding? Looks like Henry Wallace’s grandson is more eccentric than his grandfather. It’s even money he’s an academic. Introducing his grandfather’s article by arguing that Donald Trump’s actions parallel WWII Nazis and Italian Blackshirts insults the intelligence of everyone above the level of dolt. Those at that level or below will no doubt absorb this crap like a bathroom sponge. Whose cousin or brother did this fellow know to get this included—even for free—on Audible.com?