That is, there are very few people who hold Nazi ideals close to their heart, but I believe that there are a lot of people who would go along with it, if they could convince themselves that it didn’t endanger them as an individual and it hurt only the groups of people who they see as societal cancers.
Charles Dickens’ ‘Oliver Twist’ is a classical example of the manipulation of an audience.
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I tend to think that, if the core values of the modern Nazis came into the mainstream, they’d only become so through at least a name change, perhaps wrapping their message in a populist slogan, much like “Make America Great Again.”😞

Also, when you mentioned “Oliver Twist,” which I haven’t actually read, that structure stuck out to me. I looked it up,, and it was first published as a serial, so they would’ve had to have a cliffhanger at the end of every installment. Funny how these little writing tricks show themselves, even in classic literature!

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