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Past as prologue

October 10, 2008

Re "Europe's far-right revival isn't Nazism," Opinion, Oct. 3

Virtually everything Ian Buruma writes could have been written about European anti-Semitic parties in the 1920s and 1930s. Surely, even in Germany, many voters were "motivated less by ideology than by anxieties and resentments."

It is sad enough that those who so vote may be governed by the people they elect; unfortunately, those who vote more wisely also must live and die with the results.

Norman H. Green

Los Angeles

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