The Nazi War Against Capitalism
Author Nevin Gussack takes the controversial stance that the German Nazis represented an unorthodox brand of socialism. Nevin traces the intellectual origins of the Third Reich's socialism from the "War Socialism" of World War I to the ideological roots of the early German Nazi movement. The Party's interventions in the private economy are also documented at length in this book. The motivations behind the support provided by foreign and domestic capitalists to the Nazi movement are discussed, along with Berlin's predatory trade practices targeted against the American market. The trade practices and the strategic use of foreign and domestic bankers by the Nazis bore more than a passing similarity to the experience of various communist countries such as contemporary China. The Nazi War Against Capitalism is an important, detailed contribution to the discussion about the nature of Nazi economic policy.
- Paperback | 102 pages
- 215.9 x 279.4 x 5.84mm | 326.58g
- 05 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Nevin Gussack
Nevin Gussack is a professional librarian, political commentator, and writer. His works appeared on the webpages of the Center for Intelligence Studies, Accuracy in Media, Economy in Crisis, and JRNyquist.com. He also appeared on America's Survival Roku television program, WEI's Make the Call radio program, and the veteran broadcaster Chuck Harder's radio program For the People. Nevin received a double major from the State University of New York at Albany in History and Political Science. Since that time, he also received two Master's Degrees in Social Studies Education from Florida Atlantic University and Library and Information Science from the University of South Florida. A native of New York, Nevin lives with his wife, daughter, and eight cheerful, chirping birds in Florida.