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National socialism is a system of socialism which seeks a specially privileged position for the members of a definite nation. The pre-World War II German National Socialist Party aimed at a socialist organization of the world in which the people of "pure German blood" would be assigned a privileged position, while members of the "inferior" races would be assigned tasks where they would serve the "Master (German) race."
See also: Socialism, Nazi, and Socialism of the German pattern
- ↑ Percy L. Greaves, Jr. "Mises Made Easier ", 1974. Referenced 2014-07-13.
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- National socialism at Wikipedia