State of the Masses

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State of the Masses

By Emil Lederer
Norton, 1940
245 pp. $2.50

An interpretation of Fascism as a form of social disintegration induced by the party-state in order to make the masses more homogeneous and therefore more easily controllable. The author, a German Socialist and economist, was dean of the "University in Exile" at the time of his death.

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