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The pvf may be even more relevant today in understanding the Red Scare They Wanted It; They Got It; And They Liked It Milton Mayer was that rarest of writers: a journalist who knew his job was to create interesting facts; and a philosopher who knew that facts are meaningless without a theory, that connects them. The Reichstag fire. Return to Book Page. I am a senior History major and Art History minor.
Milton Sanford Mayer August 24, — April 20, , a journalist and educator, was best known for his long-running column in The Progressive magazine, founded by Robert M. La Follette Sr. He graduated from Englewood High School , where he received a classical education with an emphasis on Latin and languages. During his stint at the Post he married his first wife Bertha Tepper the couple had two daughters. In they were divorced, and two years later Mayer married Jane Scully, whom he referred to as "Baby" in his magazine columns. Mayer and Scully raised Scully's two sons, Dicken and Rock. Rock Scully was one of the principal managers of the Grateful Dead from to , while Dicken also worked for the group as a merchandise manager.
I wanted to try to understand him. It wasn't easy to find them, know them. Juifs -- Allemagne. We live in an age of fervid politics and hyperbolic rhetoric! Everywhere there are rumors.
M38 I am a senior History major and Art History minor. While abroad I had the chance to make several German friends, which enabled me to travel to Dortmund, Berlin, Cologne, Munich, and Hamburg. Abstract back to top. Milton Mayer's book examines the lives of ten Nazi men. Mayer lived in Kronenberg, Germany for a year in order to achieve his main goal in writing the book, to give Americans insight into the lives of "ordinary" Nazis. Mayer, an American journalist of Jewish and German descent, admits that he expected to hate the Nazis he spoke with but later came to regard them as friends.
Enough time had passed so that an American non-Nazi might talk with a German Nazi, "so war die sache," meaning "thats the way it was" Mayer, and especially the inner feeling that attended those events, he concludes that he did develop "a little better" understanding of why they chose Nazism. At one point or anoth? You and I and my ten Nazi friends are in the trap. And through repeated interviews with 10 ordinary Germans.
God must watch you, Richard J. Though primarily writing for sere western world of the s, God protect you. Americans have no excuse but to know things and to be responsible for the things they know! Evans.