Ominous Parallels

Paperback $20.00

Jun 01, 1983 | 352 Pages

Ebook $14.99

Jun 01, 1983 | 352 Pages

  • Paperback $20.00

    Jun 01, 1983 | 352 Pages

  • Ebook $14.99

    Jun 01, 1983 | 352 Pages

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“Offers a truly revolutionary idea…The book is clear, tight, disciplined, beautifully structured, and brilliantly reasoned. Its style is clear and hard as crystal—and as sparkling… As to my personal reaction, I can express it best by paraphrasing a line from Atlas Shrugged: ‘It’s so wonderful to see a great, new, crucial achievement which is not mine!’”—Ayn Rand
“Extraordinarily perceptive…frightening insights…Everyone concerned with the collectivist trend in today’s world should read this book.”—Alan Greenspan
“A fascinating weave of German history, philosophic determinism, and Objectivist polemic.”—Chicago Tribune

“A revelation…Peikoff is an extraordinary communicator…He brings the most difficult intellectual ideas within the grasp of the general reader.”Detroit Free Press 

Table Of Contents

The Ominous Parallels – Leonard Peikoff Introduction by Ayn Rand
Part One: Theory
1. The Cause of Nazism
2. The Totalitarian Universe
3. Hitler’s War Against Reason
4. The Ethics of Evil
5. The Nation of the Enlightenment
6. Kant Versus America
Part Two: Practice
7. United They Fell
8. The Emotionalist Republic
9. The Nazi Synthesis
10. The Culture of Hatred
11. The Killers Take Over
12. Hitler in Power
13. The Concentration Camps
14. America Reverses Direction
15. Convulsion and Paralysis
16. “A Republic – If You Can Keep It”

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