This 1967 classroom experiment proved how easy it was for Americans to become Nazis
Nina Renata Aron

These kind of articles always say “Nazis” and never “Stalinists”, “Maoists”, “North Korean” and other terms for communists despite communist regimes around the world use/used these exact things for longer years than Nazis. This shouldn’t happen because Russians, Ukrainians, Chinese and other people who had suffered under those regimes should be more likely to write about their or their relative’s experiences. A “Nazi-like practice of forcing journalists to not use communism as the bad example” has taken a deep and unremovable root.

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