units of the Wehrmacht were directly involved (see.g. Arendt was aware of this x, explicitly arguing that the pre-war Nazi regime was not properly totalitarian and that it was only with Kristallnacht in 1938 and the outbreak of war that Hitlers terror machine came into its own. Moreover, distinctions such as that between Stalins labour camps and Hitlers concentration camps tend to be misleading insofar as the language of terror its formal designations typically conceals more than it reveals of the functioning of the terror apparatus. This is the reason why Arendt argues that law, human agency and stable political institutions are all antithetical to totalitarian rule. Most nations have some form of Official Secrets Act (the Espionage Act in the.S.) and classify material according to the level of protection needed (hence the term " classified information. What Arendt actually argues is that in these purely practical political matters Lenin followed his great instincts for statesmanship rather than his Marxist convictions (Arendt 1979: 319).
The federal information manual: how the government collects, manages, and discloses information under foia and other statutes. Albany: State University of New York Press, 200405. Allusions to Social Darwinism as a precursor of Nazism can be quite as misleading as portraying Stalin as an authentic Marxist-Leninist, although in one important sense man as the accidental product of natural development Darwinism prefigures the Nazi penchant for irresistible natural laws. They beg us to be poets of this era, as 21st century citizens of the world with all our knowledge and understanding of the past, present, and future, and ever expanding universe, and to explore the universes we are and have inside use, all methodologies. Where is haiku heading in the 21st century?
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