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Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2019
If I compare this 'booket' to Petersen's work, it pales in insignificance and poor judgement. It is clearly written with a bias against President Trump, but more importantly uses the briefest of snippets in history to poorly justify his claims. He ignores the current 'Ministry of Truth' deployed by our media (a clearly socialist groupthink), in which "nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right." (1984) History has shown that it is the socialists and communists that devolve to mob rule and totalitarianism. This is the nationalism that "imposes itself on people incapable of understanding it", not the Trump form of nationalism which is essentially an enforcement of truth and justice, adhering to the will of the people and the Constitution that has served this country so well. For a History Lecturer, this effort gets a minimum grade! (and is a poor reflection on his university). He has NO idea of tyranny.
If he were to draw conclusions on tyranny from the 20th Century he would look at North Korea, China, Russia, Germany, Italy, Venezuela, Zimbabwe, South Africa and the many other countries that have failed under the guise of socialism which devolves to autocracy and totalitarianism, not to mention economic failure.
Don't waste your time or your money on this one. Yale? Really?