Millions of Dictators

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Millions of Dictators

By Emil Lengyel
Funk, 1936
296 pp. $2.00

The idea underlying this delightfully written book is that the real dictator in any country is the average man. Armed with first-hand impressions, the author portrays this "dictator" in the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Russia and England.

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