The Conquest of Power  

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"Without question the views of Carlyle could well be advocated by Adolph Hitler today , and that , should fascism develop in Great Britain , the ideology expressed by Carlyle will be a most important weapon in its hands."-- The Conquest of Power (1937) by Albert Weisbord

"If Liberalism is the philosophy of hope in a competitive period when capitalism is going up, Fascism is the philosophy of despair of the same elements now harnessed to the chariot of industrial imperialism. Class roots being the same, mutual connections cannot be far apart." --Albert Weisbord

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The Conquest of Power (1937) is a book by Albert Weisbord.

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