Yesterday, the U.S. Holocaust museum held a Twitter chat about the impending emergence of Hitler’s manifesto Mein Kampf from copyright and what the former owners, the city of Munich in particular and Germany in general, ought to do now that they can no longer easily inhibit its publication. My answer: they should let it be published.… Continue reading What Should Germany Do With Mein Kampf?
Yes, we’re talking about Mein Kampf, apparently one of the bestselling political books of the year. B-School grads in India are expected to have devoured its lessons in business management. (Curious, considering how Hitler’s strange management style and irrational decision making made Germany a ruined international pariah in only twelve years.) And in the US its… Continue reading Manifesto By Strange, Sullen, Hectoring Twit Is An International Bestseller