I’m looking for some bibliography/articles about national socialism

Hi hoping all of you are having a nice evening I was reading about the main ideological movements in Germany ( for a homework about the communist and national socialism as an ideology) the communist part it’s done but now what I am trying to find the β€œcore” concepts of what is/was the national socialism (as an ideology) but all I can find it’s Nazi/NSDAP related and the idea is to separate the ideology from the party, so far all I can find is:

National socialism has the idea that the change must come from top to bottom

National socialism focus its vision on the general benefit thous severely limit all the individuals rights / freedom ( corporations must serve to the state)

So if someone could recommend me a few books or articles were I can find about the ideology it’s self it would be awesome

Thx in advance

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Bibliographies on Colonial and Early National Louisiana

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Here's why I have to eat plants/never could eat animal products
  1. It's natural - my ancestors have been eating plants for hundreds of thousands of years [1][2][3][4][5], so why should I do any different?
  2. There are many nutrients you just can't get easily from animal products - fibre, obviously, and am I going to eat hunks of raw liver to get vitamin C? [6] I think not.
  3. If we didn't eat them, plants would overrun us (or maybe go extinct, I haven't figured this one out yet). Regardless, do you really want to see the day that soybeans enslave us? Basically, I'm doing humanity a huge favour.
  4. If it wasn't for us farming them, plants wouldn't get to live in the first place.
  5. It's the food chain. I did not evolve to be an apex predator (I mean this quite literally: I'm not an apex predator [7]) just to avoid eating the lowliest creatures on the food chain.
  6. It's impossible to be 100% non-vegan. Even if you only eat animal products, what do you think the animals are eating? That's right: plants. Hypocrite.
  7. Pol Pot ate meat, and I don't want to be like him.
  8. If I were stranded on a desert island and the only thing to eat was plants, obviously I would eat the plants. So it only makes sense to do the same in non-extreme situations.
  9. I base my actions on those of wild animals - cows don't eat meat, so why should I?
  10. Many farmer's jobs rely on people eating plants - think what would happen to the vegetable farmers if I didn't eat vegetables. And we all know that the consumer is required to act in a way that preserves as many jobs as possible.
  11. It's more expensive to eat meat [8][9].
  12. God says I should eat plants [10].
  13. We have the same anatomy as frugivores [11], so we can live on plants, and ability to do something automatically means that you should.
  14. If meat-eaters don't want to eat plants so m
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Nation state concept, need bibliography

Hi all! Im very interested in the nation-state concept. Origins, implications, the homogenization process of the territory and minorities, etc. Could you recommend me some books? Does exist a "french model" of nation-building? I serioulsy need your recommendations, thanks so much!

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Rebuttals to claims made about the Duluth model

So I had the opportunity to discuss the Duluth model with someone. Here are some claims they made and the rebuttals I came up with.

Short explanation if you don't know about the Duluth model: It's a gendered model for domestic violence that is rooted in feminist patriarchy theory. I.e., it assumes that domestic abuse is rooted in patriarchal control of women by men and views only women as victims and only men as perpetrator. See this picture for a visual explanation (Wheel of Power and Control):

Duluth model β€” Wheel of Power and Control

Claim 1.

The Duluth model is only based on the scenario of female to male domestic violence, so naturally it doesn't apply to male to female domestic violence victims, just like it doesn't apply to male-to-male or female-to-female domestic violence.

  • Rebuttal 1.1. This model is taught to law enforcement and motivates the creation of batterer programs for male perpetrators and domestic violence shelters for female victims only. Since it is the only model taught, it leaves law enforcement with a gendered framework in mind which they then operate with.
  • Rebuttal 1.2. You cannot apply two models simultaneously. In practice, you have to decide which model to use. Deciding which model to apply in a given situation would itself require another model, and the aggregate of all these models would form a unifying model, making it a different model altogether.
  • Rebuttal 1.3. As stated by the one who made this claim, the Duluth model was created with only female victims and male perpetrators in mind. But this is precisely the problem. Research suggests that motivations for domestic violence do effectively not differ between the sexes. The Duluth model is a result of patriarchy theory, exemplifying the harmful effects of feminist theories. Only compassion for female victims is part of the old gendered mindset that casts women as victims and men as perpetrators, and sees women as more worthy of protection. Imagine there was a domestic violence model that only considered white victims of black perpetrators of domestic violence. The solution is to stop using the Duluth model and use a gender-neutral alternative that explicitly stresses that both men and women can be perpetrators (as only implicitly being gender neutral is not enough because the old gendered mindset makes us cast men and
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On the Gender Empathy Gap and its correlates: a comprehensive collection of resources (Part I)

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On Lenin's Testament and the secret anti-Stalin campaign by Trotsky and his supporters

Some background

Lenin's "testament" is a historical document that claims Lenin asked the Russian communist party to remove Stalin from the top post of General Secretary of the USSR.

Stephen Kotkin is a right-wing historian who specializes on the Stalin period. I don't agree with his views, he is a conservative and a pretty classical anti-communist. However some of the research, especially regarding primary source documents is interesting. He claims that the Testament of Lenin was a forgery and not possibly created by Lenin. Lenin and Stalin had little to no ideological differences. The most critical Lenin probably ever got of Stalin was probably when he disapproved of his handling of the Georgian communists wanting more autonomy from the USSR. He dismissed their pleas. Though in the end, Lenin ended up siding with Staln.

Its worth pointing out that the idea that the "Testament" of Lenin was a forgery was not invented by Kotkin. Many marxists also believed this to be the case. One of the proponents of the forgery hypothesis is V. Sakharov with his claims on the forgery of Lenin's testament

Let's talk about the testament

Lenin's testament was said to be created when Lenin was suffering from severe illnesses and was about to pass from the scene, so people wanted to know who should lead the government after Lenin. Lenin was the head of the government at that time and people looked up to him and respected him and asked him what to do. Lenin decided to appoint Stalin as General Secretary, which was an entirely new position created by Lenin for Stalin. It's clear that Lenin's done this and we have documents seeing Lenin do this. He has chosen Stalin and knows what he's doing.

This happened in April 1922. The civil war had happened and our comrades had won it. Trotsky had a prominent role in it as the head of the war, and was the public figure in it. Stalin had a prominent role too, but not as prominent as Lenin. But in terms of being close to Lenin, Stalin was always closer to him. He was his right hand man and was already performing a lot of Lenin's functions for him while Lenin ran the government and took big decisions. So in April 1922 Lenin makes Stalin GenSec whereas Trotsky remains war commissar.

Stalin rises to power

The general secretary controls the liaison of the secret police, military, foreign policy, etc. H

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Local Newspaper Commenter Fails to Understand French-Canadian History, More at 11

If you follow Canadian news recently, you may have heard some kerfuffle about the CEO of airline Air Canada (headquartered in Montreal, Quebec) not being able to speak French, despite the fact that Air Canada is a company that has to abide by the Official Languages Act (i.e. they must provide service in both English and French). There’s a looooooong history of disputes along linguistic lines in Canada (the history of linguistic disputes here is literally longer than the history of the actual modern country). In the ever enlightening comment section on one news article, I found this gem. This particular comment managed to have a different piece of bad Canadian (and world) history in almost every sentence. Let’s break it down.

>Most of the French people can speak English and many watch Hollywood movies with no problem.

The estimated number of global daily French speakers is more than 275 million, and almost half a billion people are from countries where French is an official language. I will generously assume that our commenter is speaking only about Canada, though I suspect they really aren’t. According to the 2016 official census, 22.4% of the population speaks primarily or only French. Only about 17.9% of the population is bilingual, and it’s safe to say that even if only people whose first language is French are bilingual (which isn’t the case), that still leaves well over 1.5 million French-only speakers in the country. Doing the actual bilingual math puts us at just over 5 million French-only speakers in the country--clearly, our commenter is a bit over-confident about the number of completely bilingual francophones.

>The US saved France in WW2, and the French did not complain that they were saved by English speakers.

Ah yes, the Second World War, famously fought only by the United States. American troops didn’t make up the majority of troops in France (even on D-Day, American forces didn’t take the majority of the beaches). Further to that, France wasn’t liberated only by English speakers. First off, the French Resistance anyone? Information provided by the resistance was critical to military success in France, to say nothing of the countless acts of sabotage on communications and transport networks, power supply stations, and logistical infrastructure. Up to 400,000 resistance members participated in the liberation of France, and that’s not counting the many personal resistance acts by non-Resistance memb

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