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American Political Science Review
The book's main purpose is to measure, in the light of the author's unique personal data, the relative importance of each of the main factors to which [Hitler's] rise to power has hitherto been ascribed, including Hitler's own leadership, the strategy of the party tacticians, and the favorable circumstances of popular discontent. The results are highly important...There can...be no doubt that the book makes one of the most original contributions to an understanding of Nazism which has yet been written.
— Arnold J. Zurcher