Quotation by Hans Kohn

Whereas Communism, the first and most extreme totalitarian movement, was in its original ideology not connected with nationalism, Fascism, the other great authoritarian mass movement in opposition to modern middle-class civilization, was from the beginning an inflammation of nationalism.
Hans Kohn (b. 1891), Czechoslovakian–born U.S. historian, educator. Nationalism: Its Meaning and History, ch. 7, Van Nostrand (1965).
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