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Please define what you are calling 'Right Wing"

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Submitted by sara (United States), Dec 20, 2011 at 19:28

I take issue with your opening sentence:

"Hitler was right wing because his ideas are rooted in the belief that humans are unequal. Specifically racially, but also in terms of gender and, to a lesser extent, class."

From where are you deriving that 'Right Wing' belief considers humans to be unequal or is racist, sexist and class conscious? Perhaps you should better define what you mean by 'Right Wing'. Fascist perhaps? Certainly no relation whatsover to the contemporary right wing that the media in the US labels conservatives or republicans as, correct?

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