Fake Controversy Alert: Hitler’s Mein Kampf Was Not A Digital Bestseller

An interesting post about whether Mein Kampf is, in fact a bestseller as has been claimed recently. Even if Hitler’s book is a bestseller this is not, necessarily a cause for concern. The fact that people read Marx’s “Communist Manifesto” or Burke’s “Reflections On The Revolution In France”, neither proves or disproves that the readers are either a Conservative or a Marxist. It proves merely that the readers are interested in politics and/or philosophy. Likewise reading Mein Kampf does not make the reader a Nazi. While reading history and politics at university I digested many books expressing widely divergent viewpoints. People with open minds read widely including works by people’s who’s views they find repugnant.

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