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Of course the mass public agreed, why not blame someone else, like the Jews, everybody hates them� Not only did Hitler manage to get thousands of followers but he also managed to setup a successful army, prison camps, and start a war. Yes, I think that, no matter how evil, that is pretty amazing for one individual. We also mustn't forget what Locke said, that the people have the power, they chose to give Hitler power, they could have taken it away, in the beginning. Hitler did what modern politicians are doing right now: he told a bunch of lies (and a few truths too), gained support, and then began his tyranny. Hitler showed us, perhaps unintentionally, what so many philosophers have been talking about, the power of the human will, and the spirit of the individual. ...read more.

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