“[Adolf] Hitler was a stream-lined Machiavelli and past master in behavior psychology. He used race to whip up his people but was no more sincere than he was about Communism, which he opposed or allied himself with as suited his purpose. He said as regards race, ‘I know perfectly well just as all these tremendously clever intellectuals, that in the scientific sense there is no such thing as a race…But I, as a politician, need a conception which enables the order which has hitherto existed on historic bases to be abolished…and for this purpose the conception of race serves me well.”

Source: J. A. Rogers. Sex & Race: Vol. 1. pg. 18. 1941.


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