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Brotherhood to nationhood
|LC Classifications||E99.S45 M366 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||328 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||328|
|ISBN 10||0921284675, 0921284667|
|LC Control Number||94122075|
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THE BOOK OF THE NATIONAL SOCIALIST BROTHERHOOD. THE BOOK OF THE NATIONAL SOCIALIST BROTHERHOOD. RACE Race is the most important fact of human existence. Every human nationhood.
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Its sole objective is the financial support of a fellow graduate, David Crimond, so that he can continue his work writing a book about his Marxist political philosophy.
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Shad is deeply ambivalent about the brotherhood, appreciating it for the camaraderie it fosters but becoming increasingly uncomfortable with the violence it perpetuates.