Alabama Song? Lotte Lenya? No. Adolph Hitler!

James Q. Whitman, Hitler’s American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law (2017). Pat Gudridge Professor Whitman – without doubt a leader in the field of comparative law – manifestly wishes he hadn’t learned what he’s learned: Awful as it may be to contemplate, but the reality is that the Nazis took a sustained, significant, and sometimes even eager interest in the American example in race law. … In fact, … it was the most radical Nazis who pushed most energetically for the exploitation of American models. Nazi references to American law were neither few nor fleeting…. Nor, importantly, was it only, or even primarily, the Jim Crow South that attracted Nazi lawyers. … Their America was not just the South, it was a racist America writ much larger. (Pp. 4-5.) More concretely: American immigration and naturalization laws, … culminating in the Immigration Act of 1924, conditioned entry into…

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